GOG announced today they've taken a step towards making it easier to get games onto their store, and more clear on what they won't accept.
They've launched a new form for developers and publishers of all kind to fill out, who wish to have their games released onto GOG. Over email they told me the entire process is simplified, with it offering up "more context and focusing on the most important aspects to ensure our team gets all the necessary information from the get go".
Historically, GOG has been a little odd in what they accepted and denied to be placed onto their store, I've seen various Twitter posts from developers over the years frustrated on it when GOG denied their game for no real reason. GOG is still much more curated versus the likes of Steam but perhaps this is set to change a little.
Additionally, the GOG team have put up a dedicated page going over what they say are the benefits of releasing on GOG.
You can see the types of games GOG say they won't accept here.
In other GOG news they're also doing their own thing for Pride Month, and a little differently this time too. Instead of just one game collection, they've made an entire page to highlight games across various categories including Masculine romance representation, Female romance representation, Featuring transgender characters and more.
GOG's Summer Sale will also begin at the end of the week.