YouTube will no longer equate gaming violence to real violence in user videos

YouTube has changed its policy on video violence. Violence in video games will now be treated as scripted or prescribed content, and will not be equated with real-life situations.

This means that video clips with gaming violence will be less likely to receive age restrictions. But the changes will not affect monetization.

Future game spots, including scripted and simulated violence, can now be approved without age restrictions. We will still limit certain gaming violence and, as before, completely block out our viewers from real violence.

The YouTube team also noted that they reserve the right to Limit video clips to those videos that aim to show the most brutal moments of the game.

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