Entries in 'youtube' (85)
Influencers and YouTubers who agree to promote EA content will from now on need to be even more transparent about their commercial agreements.
Streaming video giant YouTube has for some time supported 4K video, and now HDR output has been added to the mix.
YouTube is changing the games media landscape – you need to adjust your marketing strategies accordingly, says uChannel Management’s director Sam Barkaway.
After Samsung filed a copyright claim on a video showcasing the GTA V mod where bombs are replaced with Note 7 phones, YouTube basically told them to get stuffed.
Dan Harmon, creator of Community and Rick and Morty, is making a comedy series based around eSports for YouTube Red.
A popular FIFA YouTuber could become the first big streaming star to face prosecution for promoting gambling on his channel.
At this point, it’s hardly a secret that YouTube is a force to be reckoned with.
Owners of a number of Sony Bravia Smart TVs released throughout 2012 will see the in-built YouTube app vanish at the end of the month.
Legends of Gaming Live organiser Endemol says that YouTubers have the same draw as rockstars or big name film actors.
Video streaming giant YouTube has once again infuriated a number of its biggest stars by withholding advertising revenue.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and Metal Gear Survive are amongst the biggest games of Gamescom so far.
YouTube sensation PewDiePie has defended his association with Warner Bros’ Shadow of Mordor promotion, and attacked the press for embroiling him in the controversy.
One of the YouTubers at the centre of the current CSGO gambling controversy has posted, and subsequently pulled, an apology for his deception.
One YouTube star has come out and openly admitted to taking part in a fake Counter Strike auction video to promote a site.
Two leading YouTubers have been accused of duping viewers into using a Counter Strike weapon skin gambling site that they themselves established.
Two of this year’s biggest Q4 FPS releases are experiencing very different fortunes on YouTube.
They say YouTube is the best barometer for the games industry, and if that’s the case then the sun is most definitely currently shining on Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls 3.
One of the main criticisms of YouTube’s Content ID system has been addressed by the video service.
YouTube King PewDiePie has admitted that he’s uncomfortable with some of the comments he used to make on YouTube.
Sony has announced that YouTube channel PlayStation Access has reached one million subscribers.
The developer of Quantum Break, Remedy, has given consumers the option of turning off licensed tracks in the upcoming release.
The developer of That Dragon, Cancer has revealed that the game has sold as few as 14k units.
Nintendo’s turbulent relationship with the online games community continues to fumble along.
The US Federal Trade Commission has agreed a final consent order with Machinima about the network’s future paid endorsements.
Free as a bird and without a care in the world, liberated developer Hideo Kojima has launched his own YouTube channel.