Roll20 and OneBookShelf Level Up By Combining Forces!

July 19, 2022 by fcostin

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Are you somebody who has a ridiculous hoard of digital PDFs for their RPGs will more than likely shop on DriveThruRPG or on the Dungeon Masters Guild. You may have your content split between two platforms, like me. Depending on deals or offers or availability on each site.

Level Up - Drive Thru RPG And Roll 20

Level Up // Drive Thru RPG & Roll 20

Roll20 and OneBookShelf have announced that they will be combining forces, to create a broad cross-platform library that pulls in all content from both sides. Hoping to become the place for RPGers to access, whether that be to find a group or find a download - there is sure growth for both businesses, with a roadmap in place to improving the marketplace and expanding into a virtual tabletop space.

Access Your Content Anywhere Preview - Roll20

Access Your Content Anywhere Preview // Roll20

It seems that the main driver for the merger is putting the consumer into the focal point, “By combining forces with Roll20, we empower game makers to present content across a wider variety of formats, whether character creators, virtual tabletop, digital editions, or print. Customers will be able to support their favourite games, in any format they desire, with one economical purchase, and they will be able to use their content on roleplaying’s most trusted platform.”

Improved Store Functionality Preview - DriveThruRPG

Improved Store Functionality Preview // DriveThruRPG

No more competition! They will be a one-stop shop for all things online and Roleplaying, whether you want to purchase the newest title, have researched into a wide bank of resources, or simply want a flawless route to find and play TTRPGs online. Roll20 will be developing its growth further, by combining forces with OneBookShelf, synchronizing up their astounding libraries and further developing their VTT for an unstoppable leading platform in RPGs.

Don't worry, anything you have ever purchased and downloaded from DriveThruRPG will be made available in the merger. A wonderful way to bring your party together without splitting them up into different platforms. I am really excited to see the growth of the combined platform, carving out the future of an outstanding and improved resource. Be sure to check out the press release announcement here.

What would you want to see from the upcoming Roll20 and OneBookShelf team-up?

"Hoping to become the place for RPGers to access, whether that be to find a group or find a download - there is sure growth for both businesses, with a roadmap in place to improving the marketplace and expanding into a virtual tabletop space."

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