Roll20® and Paizo Inc. are excited to announce they’ve reached an agreement to support Pathfinder Infinite community content officially on the Roll20 virtual tabletop.
Pathfinder Infinite launched in 2021, allowing fans of the Pathfinder and Starfinder roleplaying games to publish their own adventures and game supplements for other fans of the games.
With this new agreement regarding Pathfinder Infinite, community creators will be able to convert or create content for play on the Roll20 virtual tabletop. Starting in February, they will be able to sell that content directly on the Pathfinder Infinite site so that it unlocks for users on Roll20, providing additional value for both creators and fans on both platforms. Creators can begin preparing content on Roll20 now in anticipation of the February launch.
“Roll20 lets people bring their love for Pathfinder into their games online; meanwhile, Pathfinder Infinite creators can channel their creativity into digital sales. By combining these capabilities, we have closed the circle: Now creators can build content specifically for the virtual space where people are already playing and support themselves financially at the same time,” said Scott Holden, Director of Marketing and Publisher Relations at Roll20.
Earlier this year, Roll20 and OneBookShelf announced their new joint venture, and since October of this year, both companies have been operating as one. The Roll20 virtual tabletop provides a full suite of easy-to-use digital tools so players can build characters and run campaigns seamlessly through their web browser. Through its family of premiere online marketplaces, Roll20 has been selling digital and print-on-demand roleplaying games, war games, comic books, and fiction since 2001.
“We are thrilled to see this intersection of Roll20’s virtual tabletop and the innovation of our Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder Infinite content creators. This partnership gives creators even more options when crafting the exciting new rules options, adventures, and gaming accessories they already excel in,” said Mark Moreland, Director of Brand Strategy at Paizo.