I've seen other developers put their own names next to their copyright notice while others choose to put their studio name instead.
I read that having a studio name could potentially protect me legally in the future. if that's the case, why do some indie developers opt to instead put in their real names?
But I also read that if you're just starting out, it's better to just use your name instead.
Also if I put in a studio name instead, is the game still copyrighted to me or the random studio name I give it?
Edit: Upon doing some more reading online, it seems like it'll be more beneficial to use a studio name because it'll easier to perform SEO with it. Am I right about this? This is really confusing me.