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how do i get microsofts permission to sell my game that uses the windows live functions

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i just finished a game that uses windows live im just wondering how do i get microsofts permission to be able to sell it on steam and be able to use the windows live functions :huh:

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if i dont reply to a question you ask its because im going on holidays for two weeks tonight so keep checking to see if i replied in two weeks but answer know please

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i just finished a game that uses windows live im just wondering how do i get microsofts permission to be able to sell it on steam and be able to use the windows live functions :huh:


First: Make sure you use the right name for what you're using!
Windows Live! is just a set of services that you can bundle with your installer IIRC.
Games for Windows Live! is a technology for networked games, that requires Microsoft agreement.
Searching for "games for windows live developer" on Google finds these neat resources:
http://www.xbox.com/en-US/developers/pc
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Games_for_Windows_–_Live

You will find this section:
[color=#848589] If you do not have an Account Manager, please [email="wingame@microsoft.com"]contact us[/email][color=#848589] for more information.[/quote]
The link is "wingame@microsoft.com"

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