Small independent game developers prefer to pirate players without wanting players to buy gray market Keys, calling the gray market KeyWill cause them more damage. Indie game developer on change.orgInitiateRequest the largest gray market Key sales website G2A Stop selling the independent games they developed. G2A defends its business model, saying that indie games can benefit from it, indicating that hundreds of developers benefit from selling Keys in markets such as G2A.
Indie game No More Robots developer Mike Rose refutes G2A, saying it is hurting the gaming industry and the value of the game. The problem is not that the Key in the low-cost zone of Steam is sold to global users, but the black card purchases the game key but is resold in markets such as G2A. The stolen people will ask for a refund, and the game developers who sell Keys are not simply refunding money, they will lose money, and the real loss to the indie developers is the black card, and the low price Key is only a decrease in revenue.