Nintendo hat kein Interesse an einem Twitch-Streaming Feature für die Wii U

reggie-fils-aime-636x300Reggie Fils-Aime sprach in einem aktuellen Interview mit Polygon über Nintendo’s Standpunkt im Bezug auf ein mögliches Twitch-Streaming-Feature für die Wii U. Laut Fils-Aime sieht man im Bezug auf ein Streaming-Feature für den Konsumenten keinen Mehrwert. Im Bezug auf Gameplay-Videos bei YouTube sprach Fils-Aime das kommende YouTube Programm an, über das Einnahmen zwischen den Erstellern des Videos, Nintendo selbst und YouTube geteilt werden.

„We don’t think streaming 30 minutes of gameplay by itself is a lot of fun. We’re looking to do a lot of great things with Twitch. ‘The Nintendo Treehouse Live at E3 that we’re executing through Twitch is doing fantastic numbers. Your specific question of just purely streaming gameplay, what we’ve got to think through is, so what’s fun about that? From a consumer standpoint, what’s fun about it?

Kart is fun because its a highlight of the race. You can make some choices as to what parts are going to be shared. We think that makes it interesting, and obviously, the meme of the Luigi death stare is wonderful when that comes out of that type of experience. But in the end we’ve got to make sure that it’s fun.

So for us, what we’re doing at the Nokia theater with the Smash Invitational, we loved that streamed because that’s where you are able to see how these players perform, the moves they make, you can learn something. That has value to us. And you can expect us to do more of that type of activity, highlighting our games and providing a forum for players to learn how to play better. But that’s different than watching Joe Blow’s 30 minute stream, which may or may not have something that’s all that interesting.

In terms of content, Nintendo is a great partner who uses Twitch heavily including broadcasting their Nintendo Digital Event and the Super Smash Bros Invitational on our platform and we look forward to continue to work closely with them on their streaming initiatives.

The Twitch conversation is a completely different conversation. We want to do stuff that’s going to be fun and going to be watchable. Nintendo Treehouse Live at E3 is fun and watchable. Thats the stuff we would like to continue doing with an entity like Twitch. YouTube and that content monetization is a different animal.“
Reggie also commented on their new YouTube partners program.

„What we hope is that that’s going to lead to even better content and even better monetization opportunities for the YouTube vlogger. We are going to formalize a program and we’ll announce it to the YouTube video community.

Look, in the end, what we want is we want more content like what we’re able to do with the Mega64 guys. We gave them access to information, access to our executives, access to our building with the goal of creating something fun and watchable. That video was a lot of fun and it’s been watched north of a million types. That’s the type of stuff we want to work with the video blogging community to create.“

Was haltet Ihr davon? Sollte Nintendo dem Trend hin zum Livestreaming folgen?


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