Mozilla awards Godot Engine as part of the MOSS “Mission Partners” program

By: Juan Linietsky 22 June 2016

This article is from June 2016, some of its contents might be outdated and no longer accurate.
You can find up-to-date information about the engine in the official documentation.

The Godot Engine developer community is honored to announce that Godot has been selected as one of the recipients of the MOSS “Mission Partners” award.

With the advent of new technologies such as Web Sockets, WebAssembly and WebGL 2.0, it is more critical than ever that free and open source tools are available to develop high performance games and applications for these platforms.

The award of USD 20,000 will be received by Software Freedom Conservancy, who acts as Godot’s non-profit home. They will ensure that this award is used to improve Godot to support these new techologies as soon as possible. We will post an update soon when have more information on how this will be done!