To design a game, run a Kickstarter, fulfill, and publish a game takes a ton of skills. For your first Kickstarter, you are probably doing most of them on your own. However, as you grow and take on larger and larger projects, you can consider a range of people to hire.

Kickstarter Advanced: People You Can Hire

Eduardo Baraf is a game maker from Mountain View, California. He is married with two boys (5/8) and loves playing games with his family and friends at home. He owns Pencil First Games (Lift Off! Get me off this Planet, The Siblings Trouble, GemPacked Cards) and runs the YouTube channel: Edo’s Game Reviews. Professionally his career spans Video Games, Startups, and VR technology.

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  1. Daniel Zayas on May 19, 2017

    Kickstarter.com/experts lists vetted consultants who can help people in the positions you mentioned.

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