Nintendo shed more light on NicoNico “Creator Encouragement Program”


More information has today surfaced about Nintendo’s “Creator Encouragement Program” on NicoNico, which will allow those using the video sharing to promote the company’s software and earn themselves money for their efforts.

NicoNico have now posted a list of pre-approved games that can be streamed by content creators, presenting more than 250 games that span Nintendo’s consoles and handhelds right back to the NES and Game Boy days.

The company is looking to reward those that help to actively promote their software output, with those that register for the program able to earn incentive pay relating to the popularity of their content.

It continues their more lenient approach to streaming their games, after they stepped in with their YouTube affiliate program earlier in the year to share earned advertising revenue with creators.

[Thanks Siliconera]

Alex Seedhouse
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