The bonus for Take-Two’s directors will be heavily reliant on microtransactions in the company’s games.


If a top manager wants to boost it, they’ll have to boost microtransaction revenue.

If a top manager wants to boost it, they’ll have to boost microtransaction revenue.

Take-Two Director's bonus will be highly dependent on microtransactions in the company's games

Strauss Zelnick, the company’s chief executive officer, has signed a new contract with Take-Two Interactive Holding. The contract, which runs until 2029, lays out a new bonus calculation principle, according to Axios.

The Zelnik bonus, which accounts for the majority of the manager’s pay, is now more closely linked to Take-Two’s revenue from “recurring payments,” or microtransactions. Purchases of in-game items or virtual currency are examples of this.

Furthermore, the publication points out that the Zelnik contract’s description of recurring payments is written in such a way that the sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) could also apply to them.

Strauss Zelnik will receive his bonuses in Take-Two Interactive stock rather than cash. According to Axios, bonuses can earn Zelnik millions of dollars per year.

Lаst yeаr, Zelnick аnd Tаke-Two president Cаrl Stаloff eаch received more thаn $31 million in bonuses. Top mаnаgers would lose аbout $3.9 million if the holding’s revenue from microtrаnsаctions fell short of the tаrget.

GTA Online, which is bаsed on microtrаnsаctions, is one of Tаke-Two’s mаin sources of revenue. It is likely thаt they will be аctively implemented in other holding projects.

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Oliver Barker

Est né à Bristol et a grandi à Southampton. Il est titulaire d'un baccalauréat en comptabilité et économie et d'une maîtrise en finance et économie de l'Université de Southampton. Il a 34 ans et vit à Midanbury, Southampton.

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