Nintendo has officially launched its partnership program for content creators at YouTube. The program is rightfully titled, Nintendo Creators Program, which allows the Big N to share ad revenue with content creators that use Nintendo games in their content.
Content creators will need to sign up and pass the approval process before being eligible for the program. Once in revenue will be shared by 70/30 split, with the content creator earning 70%, while Nintendo sharing the leftovers.
There are are a set list of games that will be eligible to be used under the program, which you can view here.
It is important to note that the program is still in its beta stages, and the trial will serve the purpose to iron out the kinks before the real deal begins to roll out.
For more information on the Nintendo Creators Program you can check out the official information page here.
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