Nintendo’s new content guidelines make it easier for YouTube creators to get paid

Nintendo is lifting some of its heavy restrictions over how YouTube creators can monetize gameplay and livestream content with a new set of guidelines for creators announced on Wednesday evening.

YouTube creators who want to monetize their content no longer have to join Nintendo’s controversial specific partner program. Instead, those who work within YouTube’s Partner Program — a tier that allows the company to run ads on videos, letting creators earn ad revenue through Google’s AdSense — will simply qualify. As part of the policy change, Nintendo is closing its Creators Program next month.

“As long as you follow some basic rules, we will not object to your use of gameplay footage and/or screenshots captured from games for which…

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