Almost three quarters of developers responding to a recent survey by GameMaker company Yo Yo said that they would prefer to publish on Steam.
As published by GamesIndustry.biz, Yo Yo GM James Cox revealed that 72.2 per cent of the panel picked Valve's digital storefront, putting it far in the lead. Second place went to the lo-fi indie title marketplace Itch.io, which claimed 46.9 per cent of votes.
Meanwhile, Humble's storefront scored 24.6 per cent of votes, with GOG.com coming in fourth place with 22 per cent. Green Man Gaming landed the No.5 spot, with 7.2 per cent.
Steam took the No.1 spot for its high market share, obviously, with Cox going on to say that Valve's marketplace also won out because it had fewer issues with certification and customer service.
Itch.io claimed second place due to its ease of submission, as well as lack of submission fees.
When asked what stores they wished to purchase from, however, developers overwhelmingly chose Steam. 81 per cent of respondent chose Valve's platform, with fewer than one per cent of developers opting for Itch.io.