Earlier this week, YouTuber Gggmanlives claimed that Digital Arts had his unfavorable evaluate of Anthem taken down, and that he was subsequently “blacklisted.” Gggmanlives is a part of the writer’s Sport Changers program, which is designed to offer its titles protection with none editorial or content material management.
In an official assertion, EA has denied Gggmanlives’ claims, clarifying that the video didn’t adjust to its disclosure guidelines. The corporate argued that the YouTuber was allowed to re-upload his video with none modifications to the content material however in adherence to the disclosure pointers.
An EA spokesperson launched the next assertion:
Our Sport Changers program just isn’t designed to pay for evaluate content material. We don’t imagine in that. On this case, the situations for disclosure for this particular video weren’t met – which is one thing we adhere very strictly to – so we requested for it to be taken down and corrected. We’ve not requested for the content material of the video to be modified, or ‘blacklisted’ the creator. Our full disclosure guidelines may be discovered right here.
EA didn’t reveal what particular pointers Gggmanlives’ video didn’t meet.
“We encourage the Sport Changers to be trustworthy of their content material, it’s some of the essential components of this system and the neighborhood trusts them due to that honesty,” added EA’s Worldwide Supervisor of Group Engagement, Lee Williams.
Williams took the chance to carry a fast Query and Reply session on Twitter about Sport Changers, addressing plenty of frequent questions on matters together with program standards and paid sponsorships. Should you’re interested by studying extra, take a look at the complete thread.
[Source: VG247, Variety]