- The youth of today use the word "nigger" more than anyone else. Pewdiepie off handedly saying "nigger" isn't going to make them say it more. They'll just grow up and realize how shitty they were in their early teens like virtually everyone does
YouTube has basically become Pewdiepie's bitch at this point. Sure, YouTube can fuck with the smaller channels and feel mimimal backlash. If Pewdiepie just decided to leave for another platform, like vid.me, he would drag a signficant chunk of his fanbase with him. And with that fanbase, other YouTubers. And the cycle would repeat until the website would be devoid of any non-corporate channels.
Nah, it was basically just a reaction insult to his teammate being killed in PUBG
It wasn't overwatch. It was firewatch. And the devs would lose any DMCA claims they filed against him.
m8, what the fuck are you on about?
what? you're telling me the WSJ isn't hip with the kids?
Doesn't matter. Unless it's some sort of closed beta in which you agree to a contract saying you won't stream, they nothing. The recent h3h3 lawsuit provides a solid precedent for "transformative content", which this would no doubt be classed as.
This was a problem back during the early days of Let's Plays. But companies quickly realized that it was shit publicity for them to do so, so the practice of developers taking down videos that use their games has basically ended.