Recent news of Epic's store offering a bigger slice of the pie to developers has inspired Discord to follow suit.

Starting in 2019, Discord will only take 10 percent of games revenue, with 90 percent of sales going to the developer.

"We talked to a lot of developers, and many of them feel that current stores are not earning their 30% of the usual 70/30 revenue share," said Discord in its announcement.

"Because of this, we now see developers creating their own stores and launchers to distribute their games instead of focusing on what’s really important — making great games and cultivating amazing communities."

The Discord Games Store launched earlier this year, and now offers around 100 titles ranging from AAA to indie.

While the 10 percent cut from Discord makes it the best offering from a digital store to date, it should be noted that additional costs like license fees will still be upon the developer to cover.

In the instance of Epic Games, the 12 percent cut from the company also includes the license fee for any game that was built using the Unreal engine, which is owned by Epic.

Either way, both of these offerings are a dramatic improvement for developers, who have been at the mercy of a 70/30 split from the likes of Steam.