Indie Press Revolution

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Indie Press Revolution
Privately held company
Industry Role-playing
Founded December 1, 2004
Founder Ed Cha, Brennan Taylor
Headquarters United States
Services Direct sales first network of creator-publishers

Indie Press Revolution (also referred to as "IPR") is a sales network that acts as a fulfillment house for publishers of indie role-playing games. It was founded in 2004 by Ed Cha of Open World Press and Brennan Taylor of Galileo Games. IPR represents over 100 author/publishers involved in role-playing games. It offers games directly to the public and to game retailers.

On June 17, 2010 DOJ, Inc. (which also owns Hero Games) announced that they have purchased a majority share of IPR. Brennan Taylor has stepped down as President and maintains a minority share.[1] Jason Walters is now acting general manager, and much of IPR's energy is currently focused on expanding its convention presence, growing its retailer network, and attracting new publishers.

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