Earlier this May, EA revealed there would be no more online passes in the company's future. Originally instituted as a way to combat used game sales just a few years ago, the publisher has already decided it's time to move away from the policy. Better news came this week when EA announced current online passes were being discarded, too.
The YouTube Let's Play community will no longer be able to monetize videos featuring Nintendo content any more. The publisher has filed Content ID matches with YouTube so all revenue generated by these unofficial videos will go directly to Nintendo.
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