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Nintendo closes the program of its creator



The geography of news, social media, and entertainment has changed over the years and video games are on the net. With "Let's Play" and streaming with new fandom and game culture, the process of monetizing these adventures is touching when it comes to Nintendo.

In the past, being criticized for handling monetization, Nintendo made a surprising announcement. Nintendo's program is over. The whole notification is as follows:

"We are completing the Nintendo Creators Program (NCP), which makes it easier for content creators to create and monetize videos that contain Nintendo's gaming content. We will not ask creators to send NCP videos, and creators can continue to show their passion for Nintendo following Nintendo instructions at https://www.nintendo.co.jp/networkservice_guideline/index.html.

The NCP will end in December 2018. Please note that we no longer accept videos and channels and we will not review any posts that have not been submitted but have not been registered yet. The NCP page will be removed on March 20, 2019.

We appreciate and encourage the constant support of content creators and thank them for their commitment to helping us create smiles. "

New instructions for publishing content have been published and can be found here. We will continue to keep track of this story and all the updates that relate to it, so stay tuned.


Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, Designer, Writer and Big Nintendo Geek, you can find Jennifer with N3DS in range 24/7. As the oldest of the three survived many parties Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart intact, except that she got her brothers dependent on some really strange games. (Cubivore someone?)


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