Game engine developer Unity (NYSE: U) tested its ability to extract more money from developers earlier this month with a new fee layered on top of its existing subscriptions. Once certain revenue and installation thresholds were met, Unity would charge up to $0.20 each time a game was installed. If Unity's goal was to anger its customer base as much as possible, it hit the nail on the head.
In the latest trading session, Unity Software Inc. (U) closed at $31.61, marking a -0.38% move from the previous day.
Unity Software faced strong backlash after introducing a new fee structure, and it is now making some changes.