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Humble Bundle is cutting staff
14 October, 2015
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Polygon reports, that game distribution platform Humble Bundle has fired 12 people. Creative, engineering, business development and communications departments were affected by the cuts. It’s not a very good sign for a young company, but according to the CEO’s comments there’s nothing to worry about.

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Unfortunately, last week Humble Bundle was forced to let go of some of our employees. Despite strong revenue, and our community surpassing $65 million raised for charity to date, our past hiring was too ambitious and we had to make a hard call last week.

John Graham, Humble Bundle co-founder (via Polygon).

The biggest feature of Humble Bundle is the charity program. With every sale the company sends a proportion of its income to charity. Humble Bundle also sells a lot of indie games and gives an opportunity to pick up the right price for the package. It’s a very neat system, that already attracted millions of buyers. Recent Humble Bundle sales were registered at 150k copies each. A couple of years ago, the store enjoyed much bigger success. In 2013 Humble Indie Bundle 9 sold over 713,000 copies.

Humble Bundle is based in San Francisco, California. It’s one of the most expensive places in the world to run a gaming company.

Source: Polygon.com

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