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Submission + - Microsoft Prohibits Gamers from Profiting from in-Game Video, Other Content (paritynews.com)

hypnosec writes: Microsoft has revised its game content usage rules prohibiting content creators from cashing in on their in-game clips by posting them on online video sharing sites like YouTube, Vimeo and others. The new set of rules explicitly prohibits anyone from using in-game videos or other material to make money if the content in question is produced through a game that was published by Microsoft Studios. The Game Content Usage Rules restrict gamers from generating revenue through games like Halo, Fable, and Age of Empires.

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