Hi, the legal department at the company i’m producing content for are requesting clarification on the subject of your licensing setup. I’m producing a system which basically renders statistics from an online poll which will be used in a live TV gameshow. The ‘viewers’ won’t be using any technology powered by UE4 on their phones/home computers, the polling is all done with a HTML page or similar - my software simply builds 4 towers made of blocks which represent the percentages of the voting audience. This will be shown on a screen in the studio.
I was previously told that we were ‘good to go’, but it was a bit of an over-simple response for our legal person!
Could you please clarify that in this case we’re good to go under your non-linear entertainment licensing arrangement.
This from your EULA was of concern…
Revenue from a Product which solely relies on the Licensed Technology for production of non-interactive linear media (.e.g., broadcast or streamed video files, cartoons, or movies) and which is Distributed in a form that does not contain the Licensed Technology or, in order to deliver, rely on servers running the Licensed Technology;
But i imagine this relates to cloud gaming/streaming?
Thanks in advance,