The debate over whether game hosts and video producers should pay their respective manufacturers and distributors has been going on for a decade, < / P > < p > according to gamespot, Alex, creative director of stadia games and entertainment Montreal studio Hutchinson earlier posted a tweet saying that game hosts should pay developers and publishers of the games they broadcast a “franchise” fee. Hutchinson believes that game hosts earn their money through games that are free or rarely profitable, which inspires his view that content creators are also paid for by game developers. Several related tweets have been retweeted on twitter, and heated discussions have made “stadia” a hot topic on twitter in the United States. < / P > < p > later, Google issued a statement to the media 9to5goole, saying that the creative director’s Twitter could not represent the official positions of stadia, youtube and Google. < / P > < p > some Twitter users cite counter examples and ridicule that in some cases, manufacturers should pay game hosts instead. This refers to streaming media cases that have a positive impact on game sales. For example, the number of players of “among us” was scarce when it was released in 2018, but this year, driven by live broadcasting and streaming media, it has soared to hundreds of thousands of players. < / P > < p > today, there are still debates on this issue in the industry, while Ryan Wyatt, the leader of YouTube in the field of “games, business and immersive Games”, believes that there should be a closer “symbiotic relationship” between game developers, publishers, anchors and streaming media. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days

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