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Process for a board and skill game

To begin this process, you must obtain our file opening kit by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page. For a detailed description of this service, please refer to our « Guide pratique de l’inventeur ».

Step 1. Brief analysis of the game

The main purpose of this analysis of the various components of your game is to guide you in your future endeavors. Once your file has been opened, our evaluator will study the information contained in your confidential disclosure form and write a 15-page report containing comments, suggestions and recommendations.

180$ + tax (frais d’ouverture de dossier inclus)

Step 2. Copyright registration

Board games are generally protected by copyright registration. Once registered, your game is protected internationally for up to 50 years after your death. It should be noted that skill games and certain board games that include a mechanism may be protected by patent. If this is the case, the analysis report will mention it.

190$ + tax (registration tax included)

Our free, no-obligation file opening kit includes a "Confidential Disclosure" form and a confidentiality agreement pre-signed by Daniel Paquette, President of Inventarium.

File opening - Board game

Enclosed you will find your file opening kit, the forms of which must be saved in a file before being filled in on the computer or printed out and filled in by hand. Please return the completed forms to: info@inventarium.com with the subject line "File opening documents". As mentioned, this kit is free of charge, and you are under no obligation until you return all the documents to us.

Here's how to fill out the forms and return them to us :

  • Read the "Guidelines" document carefully

  • Please return the completed documents to: info@inventarium.com with the subject "File opening documents".

  • Nous acceptons également les paiements par virement Interac et les transferts bancaires.

 

A propos

A leader in invention protection in Quebec since 2001, Inventarium was founded by Daniel Paquette, inventor of the school bus remote arm and holder of several other successful inventions, to enable inventors in Quebec and across Canada to protect and patent their invention ideas at a fraction of the cost of patent agencies.

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Leader en protection d'inventions au Québec depuis 2001, Inventarium a été fondée par Daniel Paquette