Console giant issues 'content ID match claims' on gameplay videos
A popular YouTube user has taken Nintendo to task over claims it has made on his content. Game Front reports that Nintendo has issued “content ID match claims” on all of Zack Scott's Let’s Play videos that feature Nintendo content. This means that each will now be bookended by ads Scott will not receive any revenue for his efforts.
“I think filing claims against LPers is backwards. Video games aren’t like movies or TV,” Scott wrote on Facebook.
“Each play-through is a unique audiovisual experience. When I see a film that someone else is also watching, I don’t need to see it again. When I see a game that someone else is playing, I want to play that game for myself!
“Until their claims are straightened out, I won’t be playing their games. I won’t because it jeopardizes my channel’s copyright standing and the livelihood of all LPers.”
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