1. What can we/can we not do while developing websites/apps in regards to Blizzard IP?
2. Can we charge for our work (ie: paid apps)? Can we provide a free version, but with ads?
Any clarification would be greatly appreciated.
05/03/2011 11:12 AMPosted by ElitharaI'm wondering if this also applies to websites that are using the api to commercially host guild websites
05/09/2011 04:05 AMPosted by ElimineOne could say the same thing for ad-removal on any app, that all you're paying for is the removal of the ads. This apparently is not legitimate in the eyes of Blizzard from what I've seen happen in the Android Market. Most of the apps that did this were removed.
05/09/2011 03:27 PMPosted by GearvoshOne could say the same thing for ad-removal on any app, that all you're paying for is the removal of the ads. This apparently is not legitimate in the eyes of Blizzard from what I've seen happen in the Android Market. Most of the apps that did this were removed.
Because they are trying to make money off of Blizzard IP's. Of course it's not allowed.
05/09/2011 08:16 PMPosted by Ulminiawell to be honest i dont think anything wow related should have a price on it ... blizzard offers lots of thing free why should some one make money off something they do for free.. but in the end It IS Blizzards call they own it they have final say .. the best you can do is ask for permishiona nd hope they say yes...
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