Nintendo of America has notified those that are signed up to the Nintendo Creators Program that it has been tweaked to reflect the changes to the YouTube Partners Program requirements. That will mean that moving forwards, YouTube channels now require ...

The Nintendo Creators Program has added 1-2-Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to the list of supported games. That means that participants can receive a share of the advertising revenue generated on YouTube content that contains ...

Nintendo of America are supporting participants in the company’s controversial Nintendo Creators Program by offering them a “free three-day pass” to E3 2015 next week. Open to YouTube creators over 17 years old that are registered for the program, this ...

The Nintendo Creators Program‘s beta version continues to roll out to other countries, having now become available to those in Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. The program, launched in January, allows those that join to receive part ...

With the Nintendo Creators Program having launched in beta, the YouTube community has continued to voice concern over the early plans that Nintendo have outlined. We can now scrutinise the white list, which was published alongside the program’s reveal and ...

The Nintendo Creators Program launched with the promise that applications would be reviewed and finalised within three working days. As with any new service, especially one in beta, Nintendo have been overwhelmed by enthusiasm behind the program, struggling to meet ...

This week saw the Nintendo Creators Program‘s beta launch, although, while looking to support bespoke YouTube content, it’s continued to be a frustration to the broader community. One significant voice that Nintendo wouldn’t want to have risked angering is YouTube ...

The Nintendo Creators Program‘s beta version has today been launched, as the company looks to support those on YouTube creating content promoting their games. “In the past, advertising proceeds that could be received for videos that included Nintendo-copyrighted content (such ...

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