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Nintendo is FINALLY allowing creators to monetize content

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Nintendo just announced that they are ending the Nintendo Creators Program and are now allowing content creators to upload and FULLY MONETIZE content using footage and screenshots of their games provided that they follow their guidelines.

https://www.nintendo.co.jp/networkservice_guideline/en/index.html?n

Took them long enough! Now the only question is are they going to abolish the automatic content ID system.

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It'll also help give nintendo and their games, alot of good free publicity and coverage too. Especially when youtubers and streamers etc, do full playthroughs, of their famous treasured game franchises.

Edited by musicboy

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On 12/6/2018 at 6:44 PM, Nich2440 said:

I'm still skeptical if the flagging bot has yet to be shut off. I believe it will happen but I'm doubtful it will be immediate.

Yeah. That's an interesting point you made there. 

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If things go well, I hope alot of youtubers, make some good money, off of this.

 

On 12/6/2018 at 6:44 PM, Nich2440 said:

I'm still skeptical if the flagging bot has yet to be shut off. I believe it will happen but I'm doubtful it will be immediate.

Yeah. That pesky flagging bot. :tongue:

It's like a ninja. Hiding in the shadows, waiting to do a sneaky stealth attack, on an unsuspecting person. :ph34r:

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