Nintendo Creators Program Doesn’t Allow YouTube To Live Stream

What is Nintendo Creators Program ?

Nintendo is no stranger to Youtube controversy and creators. YouTubers who are apart of the Nintendo Creators Program can’t live stream. This is a blow to the chest from some content creators. YouTubers promote and support the video game industry.  If bigger YouTubers play a Nintendo games 50 times out of 10. Viewers will likely to buy it if they uses Amazon. Some might upload Nintendo content to show love and passion about the game. Nintendo Creators Program allow users to monetized Nintendo related videos.  Nintendo is partnered with YouTube to create this program. YouTube video creators share revenue with Nintendo. To register for Nintendo Creators Programs you will need a Paypal and Google account. Register your channel if eligible, it will talk up to 3 business days for your channel be reviewed. Advertisement revenue share is 70% for channels and 60% for videos.

For live streaming the rules are as follows “You cannot broadcast content on YouTube Live from the account you have registered to the Nintendo Creators Program”. “If you plan to broadcast content on YouTube Live, you have a couple of options”. 

How will Nintendo Creators Program affect live streamers?

Nintendo has been filling copyright claims who those who not register Nintendo Creators Program. That’s just a mystery for Nintendo to solve. Even it’s a bot in YouTube that detect Nintendo content and a copyright claim appears. There is not dispute the claim or you have to prove it in court of law.  Gamers love Nintendo and if something bad happens we will voice our opinion. For Nintendo fans out there keep the passion alive. Live stream to your hearts contents for gamers out there.

Source: Beyond-Gaming

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