Arc System Works warns about streaming guidelines for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

Online of videogames has become a big thing in recent years. There are a lot of gamers on Twitch, YouTube, and most recently Facebook Gaming who play their games, stream them, and provide VOD after the fact for fans of the games and themselves.

Arc System Works has issued a reminder of some of their guidelines for online gaming content creators of some dos and don’ts when it comes to Arc System Works’ upcoming game BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. The studio has stated that they want to give gamers the freedom to upload content, however when it comes to story mode, that is where most of the restrictions and guidelines will reside.

Here are the video/streaming guidelines as set by Arc System Works:


  • Stream matches to your heart’s content. Either against other players (local or online), or against the CPU.
  • Put together tutorial videos to break down characters, teams, strategies, or show how to pull off that amazing combo.


  • Stream Episode Mode at all. Very short clips of Episode Mode content up to Chapter 2 are permitted for video content only. 
  • Stream or upload any music-only content. Music playing in the background during matches, online lobbies, and etc are totally fine. A soundtrack rip or upload is not.

These rules, in general, apply across the board with Arc System Works games. Unfortunately, these rules are non-negotiable with the powers that be, and violating these rules could result in your channel being issued a content ID claim, or worse, a channel strike/account suspension.

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