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Nintendo cuts into YouTube revenue. Will other publishers follow suit?

VoyagerRadio (669156) writes | about a year ago


VoyagerRadio (669156) writes "With news that Nintendo will now be collecting revenue from YouTube whenever the console developer's intellectual property (IP) appears in videos uploaded to the Google-owned video distributor, will other game publishers want a piece of the pie? Mario and Luigi may be popular characters in fan-generated YouTube videos, but IP from other game publishers are just as popular, including Blizzard's World of Warcraft and LucasArts' Star Wars universe. Will game publishers such as Activision and even Microsoft pressure Google to make the same kind of deal Nintendo now has with YouTube?"
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longthienminh (2926677) | about a year ago | (#43763835)

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