Nintendo lightens up on streaming policies

Nintendo lightens up on streaming policies

Recently, Nintendo has changed their streaming policies to make it easier to stream in general. In fact, Youtubers won’t have to sign up for Nintendo’s Partnership Program in order to monetize their videos.

Additionally, the company hopes for players to upload video with their own personal touch to the content. Not to mention, you can still share content from the Nintendo Switch with little to no editing.

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However, they can still take down any content they want for that matter. Obviously, with what’s going on with the Super Smash Bros Ultimate leaks happening in the past two weeks. Accordingly, people got their hands on the game and starting posting footage of the game online ahead of its December 7th release. Of course, the company held no mercy for them taking their footage down in the process.

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Honestly, its cool to see Nintendo lighten up just in time for some Super Smash Bros Ultimate next week. Comment below on what you think of Nintendo changing their streaming policies. Also, if you liked this article why not share it on social media. In other news, the mystery has been revealed for Sony’s game card patent discovery.

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