The Nintendo YouTube Creators Program will close at the end of next month, marking a big win for gaming content creators.
The move results in a more accessible, and affordable opportunity for content creators and media that might have previously been turned off by the content review cycle, and 40% revenue share Nintendo claimed on user-created content during the program.
Creators who are now looking to produce content using Nintendo products must still follow Nintendo’s guidelines, located at www.nintendo.co.jp/networkservice_guideline/index.html.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 29, 2018
Rest assured, all advertising revenue generated through the use of Nintendo products will now go solely to the creator/channel who produced the content.
“We appreciate and encourage the continued support of content creators, and thank them for their dedication to helping us create smiles.”