Over the last few years it’s been great watching all the let’s play, reviews, previews and gameplay commentaries that our Community have created on YouTube.
We already engage with Community websites and have done so for quite some time, but we’d now like to extend this engagement with our talented video creators and more importantly see how we can serve you better.
As such we’ve decided to launch something that we are designating the ‘Codemasters Content Creator scheme’, or CCCS - catchy huh? Currently, if you are a Community focused website you’d likely have our contact details and regular news updates, asset releases, co-competitions and the occasional opportunity to attend special Codemasters events and even access to preview/review codes in some cases.
We’re now extending this service to YouTube content creators and we’re now inviting you to get in touch to express your interest in this scheme.
It’s also a good time to mention that, providing you stay within the terms of service for your video host, such as YouTube or Twitch. Any content you create will be yours; you can monetise it if you wish and you’ll receive no interference from us – providing that the material you upload is largely your own content, (no simply re-uploading or posting our content), though you are welcome to use snippets of Codemasters’ official videos. The other stipulation is that you do not charge people to view content based on our games.
To register your interest in being a part of the Codemasters Content Creators Scheme, all you have to do is drop us an email with some basic information as detailed below. Please note, that sending an email does not automatically enrol you into the scheme or grant you free copies of a game, review codes etc. It’s simply registering your interest and opening the door to a further discussion.
Based on the current amount of enquiries we get from YouTube content creators we’re expecting demand to be significant so please do bear with us during the initial few weeks.
Simply drop us an email to email@example.com with the following:
- Channel Name
- Link to your channel
- Total Views
- What genre of games you cover
- Your primary gaming format
- Contact email
- Format you play games on
- Please also let us know why you’d like to be a part of the scheme and feel free to include anything else you think might be important, this could be anything from whether you’d prefer to race 100 duck sized cars or 1 horse sized car to a bit more about yourself.
We look forward to hearing from you, and more importantly, watching the content you create.
Ben Walke / Loore