Co-founder and CEO Tommy Palm says "it's going to be the content that sells headsets"
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Steve Peterson has been in the game business for 30 years now as a designer (co-designer of the Champions RPG among others), a marketer (for various software companies) and a lecturer. Follow him on Twitter @20thLevel.
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