Scenes of reporting, social media and entertainment have changed over the years, and video games have been made online. With "Let's Play" and streaming creating new fandom and gambling games, the process of monetization of these adventures was touch-and-go when those Nintendo themed themes.
The Nintendo Creator program ends in late December. Thanks to everyone who participated in the program! https://t.co/kC9I1fjvWG pic.twitter.com/mQSNui8uGN
– Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 29, 2018
In the past, criticized for handling monetization, Nintendo made a surprising announcement. The Nintendo Creators Program ends. The full notifications are as follows:
"We have completed the Nintendo Creators program (NCP) to help content creators make and monetize videos that contain the content of the Nintendo game. We will no longer ask the creators to hand over their videos to the NCP, and creators can continue to show their passion for Nintendo following the Nintendo guidelines, located at https://www.nintendo.co.jp/networkservice_guideline/index.html.
The NCP will end in December 2018. Keep in mind that we no longer accept video clips and channels and we will not review any submitted but is not yet registered. The NCP site will be terminated on March 20, 2019.
We appreciate and encourage the continuous support of content creators and thank them for their commitment to help us make smiles. "
New guidelines for publishing content are published and can be found here. We will continue to follow this story and all updates that are related to it, so be prepared.