New Opportunities for NeonMob Creators! Amateur Series & Comments on Submissions

Penny's World by Nick Sirotich

Penny's World by Nick Sirotich

NeonMob is a social marketplace that turns creating and collecting into a fun, addictive game. On NeonMob, artists become game designers, fans become collectors, and imagination becomes reality. NeonMob makes it possible for anyone in the world to create, collect, trade, and sell original trading cards — now more than ever!

We just built two new features to make the creating a series even more accessible and delightful:

Amateur Series

Before today, there was one method for publishing your own NeonMob series: you had to submit a concept for approval on the Vote page. Starting today, there is a brand new way to create a series with its own unique benefits:

Introducing Amateur series, a new feature that makes NeonMob’s creator publishing tools instantly available to everyone. Now, you don’t have to wait for votes or approval — start creating your own Amateur series right away by clicking “Create.” Amateur series differ from Pro series in a few ways, namely that they are 100% free to collect (which means you don't earn royalties because no packs are sold).

All series that are available to collect in paid packs as well as free packs are now called Pro. Pro series voted on and approved on the Vote page. Anyone can submit their concept for the opportunity to create a Pro series and earn royalties from pack sales, just like always.

Penny's World by Nick Sirotich

Penny's World by Nick Sirotich

Comments on Submissions

Coming (very, very) soon: The opportunity to provide feedback by commenting on submissions! We are incredibly excited about the value this single feature adds to the creator experience. Whereas before, creators had to seek feedback on their work offsite, now they will be able to get constructive feedback and hear more detailed enthusiasm directly on their submission page. For collectors, this also creates a new way to connect with artists and engage with series even before they are published.