Twitch DMCA strike overstreamers Pokemon Scarlet & Violet song

Published: 2022-11-22T16:40:05

Updated: 2022-11-22T16:40:14

Twitch DMCA strikes are being issued to streamers who beat them. Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Because Ed Sheeran’s song ‘Celestial’ plays during the end credits.

In September, Ed Sheeran His research revealed that Pokemon collaborative song ‘Celestial’ would be coming to Pokemon Scarlet & Violet At launch

Soon after the game’s release on November 18. Trainers were taught that the song is played at the end of the credits.

Now, Twitch DMCA strikes are issued by the label to streamers that have finished the game live.

Twitch With streamers Scarlet & Violet Strikes by the DMCA

On November 22, most popular Twitch ADrive streamer was one of the first to talk about getting a copyright strike following finishing Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.

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He Other creators were also alerted that the game may not be finished soon.

“Note to other creators, don’t stream the end credits with music. I tried to turn mine off but I was apparently too slow,” he said.

Soon After aDrive tweeted his thoughts, his fans posted their comments and shared their opinions on the song's inclusion in the game.

“Kinda stupid to have a song in-game be copyright terrible work on their end honestly, especially since was used to help promote the new game,” one user said.

Another user replied: “That sucks that song is so good copyrights aside.”

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This isn’t the first time a newly released game put Twitch Streamers also in danger of DMCA strike.

Last year, Back 4 Blood received backlash for including licensed music in the game without a “stream safe” option like other games – most notably Fortnite – have opted for recently.


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