Legal Information

Update: We are updating our Terms of Service and certain other agreements effective April 3, 2023. Please review our FAQ here.

This page contains links to important legal information for Unity users, Asset Store users, and Unity Grow Solutions clients, as well as privacy and copyright information.


The links below contain purchase terms, use terms, your responsibilities, and other information you need to know about the offerings you receive from Unity.


Unity Terms of Service

Unity Additional Terms


Unity Advertising Terms of Service

These terms govern your access to and use of Unity’s monetization and advertising offerings, including the Monetization Services and Advertiser Service.


Asset Store Terms of Service and EULA

The Asset Store Terms of Service govern general use of the Unity Asset Store website and the Asset Store EULA governs use of Assets offered on the Unity Asset Store. Assets subject to additional terms will be noted in the description on the applicable Asset page of the Unity Asset Store.

Asset Store Provider Agreement

These terms govern providers’ use of the Unity Asset Store website to offer their Assets to end users.


Unity selectively resells third party software products and cloud services. The page below contains the applicable terms.

Third Party Products & Services


The links below contain information about Unity’s positions with respect to privacy and intellectual property.


Privacy Hub

This sets forth Unity’s policies and procedures regarding the collection, use and disclosure of information received by Unity.

Unity Data Processing Addendum (“DPA”)

This Data Processing Addendum (this “DPA”) is incorporated into and forms an integral part of the Unity Terms of Service. This agreement determines the rights and obligations of each party when processing personal information.


Branding and Trademarks

This sets forth information about Unity’s trademarks and permitted brand usage.

IP Policy & Takedown Requests

This sets out Unity’s policies and procedures with respect to copyright and trademark enforcement.






Digital Services Act "DSA"

This sets forth our Average Monthly Active Recipients in the Europe.


Unity is publishing this tax strategy for the financial years ended 31 December 2022 and 31 December 2023, in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 19(2) and 22(2) of Schedule 19 of the UK Finance Act 2016. This tax strategy applies to Unity’s UK companies and includes application of UK tax laws.

Tax risk management

The responsibility for the management of our tax risks is ultimately borne by the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), overseen by Unity’s Board of Directors and Audit Committee. Day-to-day implementation of the tax strategy is performed by the VP Tax, supported by a team of qualified in-house tax professionals based in key countries.

The tax regimes under which we operate as a multinational company are complex and may be subject to significant change. Changes in tax laws or tax rulings, or changes in interpretations of existing laws, could materially affect our financial position and results of operations. Certain risks may arise because the application of tax laws are often complex and uncertain. As such, we’ve established policies and procedures designed to ensure the consistency of our tax filings and positions globally, as well as to ensure we comply with our wider tax compliance obligations on a timely basis. These processes are subject to our internal audit and review process, as well as external validation through our work with external advisors. These policies help ensure we comply with applicable laws and regulations in the UK and globally.

Unity regularly utilizes external tax consultants for professional advice to support the tax department in managing tax compliance and mitigating tax risks.

Unity’s attitude to tax planning

Unity’s tax team is involved when making commercial decisions and discussing the wider business strategy. They are responsible for ensuring that Unity operates in a cost-efficient manner that supports the commercial objectives and legal obligations of the business. This includes adding value through identifying opportunities for seeking reliefs, incentives and credits, and, where legally possible, to eliminate the risk of double taxation. The tax team partners with cross functional teams to ensure that they react to local nuances to mitigate local risk and support compliance with all tax laws and regulations. This includes understanding the role of the local entities to ensure they are in line with the OECD’s arm’s length standard in relation to transfer pricing wherever we operate. Unity does not undertake planning that is artificial in nature and seeks to align the local tax strategy to the commercial and economic substance of the business.

Unity’s level of risk acceptance

Unity does not engage in aggressive tax planning and does not have a prescriptive level of tax risk. Tax risks are proactively monitored and managed by the tax department.

Working with HMRC

As with all global tax authorities, we strive to engage fully with HMRC in a cooperative and compliant manner. We aim to reply to all information requests in a timely and transparent manner. We are committed to resolving any disagreements through open discussions. We involve advisors to assist us in communication with HMRC where required.