Yesterday Treyarch revealed that YouTube would be the official streaming partner for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 allowing for direct streaming from Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
However, there are a few rules that you will need to follow if you wish to use this service. The developer revealed this rule set in a Security and Enforcement Policy for the game, failure to comply with these rules will see your streaming privileges either suspended or removed permanently. Details of these rules are below:
Offensive Live Streams or Unauthorized Live Stream Content
Any user who is found to have offensive or unauthorized content in their live stream is subject to penalty. Offensive content includes but is not limited to foul language, racially charged language, and nudity. Unauthorized content includes but is not limited to unlicensed music, TV shows, movies and brand logos.
- Minor offense: User will be temporarily banned from using live streaming and may have camera streaming privileges in the game revoked.
- Extreme or repeat offenses: User will be permanently banned from using live streaming.
- Extreme offenders will also be reported to the live streaming service provider and may have their account revoked by that service provider.
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