Written by Jordan Lucero on November 30th, 2018.
A glorious day has finally come for content creators around the world. Nintendo has announced the end of the Nintendo Creators Program. In December, all online content creators will be able to collect revenue on their content without Nintendo stepping in and taking a cut. If you want to share Nintendo gameplay footage or screenshots, you just have to follow these guidelines. To sum up the guidelines, don’t pirate games, wait for the game to release, and provide input. Anyone should be able to follow these guidelines fairly easily.
If you were signed up to get into the NCP, you will no longer need to be accepted. The NCP website will officially shut down on March 20, 2019. Nintendo will likely announce the exact date when the NCP program is closing, but these are all of the details Nintendo has shared currently.
You can read Nintendo’s official announcement, here. What do you think of this? Are you going to upload any Nintendo gameplay footage yourself? Let us know in the comments below.
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