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Epic Games has been on a tear to shut down YouTube and Twitters of people leaking Fortnite content days and weeks before the content is released. Notable FNBRLeaks was requested by Epics Legal counsel to delete his Twitter, Discord, YouTube, Instagram and GitHub. If FNBRLeaks did not comply Epic would have started the process of...
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This week: Tabata leaves Square-Enix, the Rocket League Championship Series, where Esports and music collide, a YouTuber banned for what he did in Red Dead 2.
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Today's show is a bit heavier than usual with controversial stories from Youtube to Blizzard.
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Youtube earlier this week admitted that the YouTube Gaming App that they released back in 2015 did not meet their expectations and are merging the features that are beneficial from the App to the main site. Adding similar features that Twitch has had since they first started like the ability to search streamers and videos...
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Blizzard is taking a new approach in preparing players for their new expansion. As Battle for Azeroth prepares to drop, they’re teaming up with a popular World of Warcraft YouTuber by the name of Bellular to create a series of tutorials. The tutorials range from installing and optimizing the game to how to play and...
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Fortnite’s popularity has risen to the point that it pretty much demands to be respected. The game set a new record on YouTube. Fortnite took over the record for most video uploads in a month for a video game. It speaks to the game’s extremely wide playerbase. Source: SyFy Wire Image: Epic Games Fortnite
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Overwatch League pulled down an average concurrent viewership of 154,000 people whereas the North American League of Legends Championship Series had 106,000 people. However, the numbers only takes Twitch viewership into account. Unlike OWL, NALCS broadcasts over YouTube in addition to Twitch so their viewership is divided. In addition, this was the first week of...
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YouTube is increasing the requirements for partnership and monetization. They will be stripping now-unqualified channels of their partnership status. To qualify, a channel must now have at least 1,000 subscribers and a total of 4,000 hours of watch time over the past twelve months. Existing partnered channels will have until February 20th to meet the...
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