Will Wizards of the Coast succeed in revoking the "perpetual" term of the 1.0 Open Game License?
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See this article for details:
https://gizmodo.com/dnd-wizards-of-the-coast-ogl-1-1-open-gaming-license-1849950634

This will almost certainly be fought out in court, so this market will resolve on what the legal consensus is at closing time, or if that legal consensus arrives early by e.g. a terminal court decision (Supreme Court would do it, but lower courts deciding and the losing side just giving up the fight would count too).

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bought Ṁ45 of NO

Nothing will impact any content you have published under OGL 1.0a. That will always be licensed under OGL 1.0a. -WotC

Sounds like a NO to me.

Might need clearer terms on what revoking actually means.

Ie. old published content must be pulled from sale or no new content can be published under 1.0

predicted YES

@Cytokine It means that content that used to be on sale under the old terms must either stop being on sale or pay royalties it wasn’t before, and this must be actually enforced.

bought Ṁ5 of YES

I think they may wear the small game makers out. I don't want wotc to win this, but I think they might