The video-games industry is booming. The industry generated over US$100 billion in revenue in 2016, with experts predicting a growth of 30% over the next 5 years, showing tremendous potential in this sector. However, the structural problems currently present in the video-games industry impose limits to the video-games community over the course of this growth. One pertinent issue is the presence of an imperfect economy within the video-games industry -a market that is currently controlled by oligopolistic large corporate actors. Another issue is the presence of imperfect information between these actors, which inevitably prevent the most socially beneficial outcomes from taking place within the sector. The lack of access to funding for new Promising Game Studios also poses a significant problem to this industry as well.