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Recently, Gnarsies got into an argument with Youtubers over his video, “League Youtubers vs. Standards. This video was taken down due to a suspect DMCA claim from Youtuber, Brofresco. The video from Gnarsies is now titled, “League Youtubers vs Standards [BROFRESCO CENSOR RE-UPLOAD]” At 437,508 views when last checked.
While things have smoothed over between some of the popular Youtubers (like Uberdanger) and Gnarsies, this “terrible video game pundit” is now being DDoSed and blackmailed for $260/ per day. (Video: “Censorship and Blackmailing – League of Legends Content“)
Article from the Daily Dot, “League of Legends content creator DDoS’d in alleged retaliation for videos“: via @ Richard Lewis
In Gnarsies most recent video, League Amino, Youtube Money, Disclosure, things are getting serious. Here he discusses League Amino (a social media community app for LoL), How much money major Youtubers actually make from views and the disclosure of paid advertisements. This last part is worth noting considering the FTC’s recent rulings on disclosing if you have been paid to play a video game on Youtube or Twitch. One of the big questions that pops up for me here is, do League of Legends professionals like Bjergsen need to disclose that they have been paid by Riot games in all of their videos or streams? (They are salaried players with Riot Games, being paid to play League of Legends.)
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