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1 YouTube Nintendo Network on 2/2/2015, 12:05 am


So Nintendo is about to launch a new partner network in which they let you post their copyrighted gameplay content but take a revenue share of 60 - 70 % even though other publishers allow you to keep your full revenue after YouTube took its part. Desperate struggle for squeezing out more pennies, ain't it Nintendo? Who the fuck is brain-dead enough to sign his/her channel up for this just to have them make sure you only upload a certain list of their games and none else? Also you need to include some shitty disclaimer stating that you're authorized bla bla bla lmao2

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2 Re: YouTube Nintendo Network on 2/2/2015, 2:32 am


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60 - 70 % computer They don't have enough money still ?


3 Re: YouTube Nintendo Network on 2/2/2015, 2:56 am


No. As you know, nobody can have "enough" money but Nintendo is getting desperate since they're losing customers by failing to adapt to the present. Wink


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