Entries in 'youtube' (30)
YouTubers ARE being asked to cover games for money without disclosing the deals, a new report has claimed.
Video game YouTube network Yogscast has become one of the first to confirm it has entered into a revenue sharing agreement to promote Steam Early Access title Space Engineers.
Prominent YouTuber John ‘TotalBiscuit’ Bain has said that he will fully disclose when he is being paid to promote a game in future.
Content creators now have the option of uploading video at 60fps to YouTube.
YouTube superstar Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is reportedly making in the region of $4m per year.
YouTube will finally arrive on the PlayStation 4 later this year.
YouTubers who have uploaded footage of Mario Kart 8 are are seeing their videos flagged up by Google.
Nintendo has announced a new affiliate program for YouTube streamers.
Hollywood news site Variety says YouTube is to acquire Twitch.
There are many ways to measure the influence of John Bain, but recently MCV stumbled across a new one by accident.
The ability to upload gameplay clips to YouTube will be patched into the console today, Microsoft has confirmed.
The video production company behind gaming sensation PewDiePie is now owned by Disney.
Print magazines can still attract the millions currently getting their gaming news from YouTube.
Platform holder Nintendo has launched a new YouTube channel called Nintendo Girls Club.
Nobody paid attention when the Yogscast was created six years ago.
Want the skinny on UK porn filters blocking games? How about Konami’s rebirth of PES? Or how to license your game for big bucks? Then you need the latest MCV.
The ambiguity surrounding the frankness of YouTube payment disclosures means that this week’s scandal is unlikely to result in any legal action in the US.
Get the feeling this might be the tip of an iceberg?
Microsoft and Machinma have responded to yesterday's report on the pair's confidential Xbox One endorsement arrangement, claiming that the deal was a “typical marketing partnership.”
Microsoft reportedly made deals with several Machinima video partners for extra pay, provided they promote Xbox One without mentioning any endorsement from the firm.
Felix Kjellberg – aka PewDiePie – was the most watched person on YouTube in the second half of 2013.
YouTube has responded to users angry about the company’s rather aggressive new copyright detection system.
Video creators who have suddenly been hit with copyright claims on their YouTube videos are being offered a helping hand by publishers.
A major 3DS update with some significant feature additions is on the way, Nintendo has announced.