How To Become A Director
PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BELOW, IF YOU DO NOT YOU CANNOT BECOME A DIRECTOR:
Before you become a director, you must read, understand and agree to the following:
By Submitting Videos To TheDirectorsOfGaming , You Hereby Acknowledge That You Grant Us A Perpetual Non-Exclusive World-Wide License (Not Ownership) To Display, Promote, Or Modify Your Video For Commercial Use.
Additionally, We Will Refuse Any Video With Copyrighted Music. Make Sure You Find Uncopyrighted Music, Acceptable For Commercial Use. This May Mean Asking The Artist(s) For Permission.
The above agreement will take effect when you submit any videos to us (Communication with us that includes a link or a file containing the content you wish for us to upload), if you do NOT understand or agree to the above agreement then do NOT submit any videos to us, if you do we shall assume you have read, understood and agreed to the above agreement.
The requirements to become a director are as follows:
- You upload high quality, entertaining videos to your channel
Yes, that’s it… no subscriber or view requirements, just good content!
P.S If we have sent you a message or comment, you are safe to assume that you meet this criteria.
What is expected from you as a director:
We expect you to:
- NOT submit ANY videos to us that contain content that you do not have the permission to use commercially, such as but not limited to music in intros, outros or background music, any music you use you must have permission to use commercially. Either the artist or label should give you permission to use a certain song or track individually via email or message, or the artist or label has given a broad statement or license for everybody publicly to use their music, this is sometimes under a “Creative Commons” license.
- If using 3rd party copyrighted content such as music in your submitted videos, you MUST provide us proof that you have permission. If you have been given permission individually, you must send us a screenshot of the email or message and also link the email address/profile that you received it from. If receiving permission via a broad public statement or license, you must link us the webpage where the license has been posted.
- That you remain patient in waiting for your video to be uploaded, some time in the future we may be extremely busy with uploads and in order to keep everything fair, we upload according to the order they were submitted and we give a good amount of time before uploading the next video.
- That you place our “channel watermark” visibly on your ‘channel art’ before submitting any video, this is to advertise our brand and the service we give to our directors so that others can also be helped, also that you place our “video watermark” and “intro” in every single video you submit to us. This is NOT required for your own channel although you may find it easier to render the video once and upload it to both channels, we don’t of course have any issue with that and won’t have any issue with it if or when you do decide to leave us as a director.
- That you do not submit videos to us that contain “EXTREME” instances of vulgar language, such as words that are offensive to a specific group of people. This is not for any common words that people may say when annoyed or frustrated, but for instances where a word is commonly known to be offensive to a group of people, including but not limited to these categories: races, nationalities, sexual orientations or religions.
Also understand that we may refuse any video you submit for any reason we decide whether that be for copyright or for anything that may be in the video.
If you’ve read everything above and accept our agreement and agree with our expectations from you, then to let us know that you wish to become a director. Simply send us a “message” on YouTube, we prefer this over email or forms as we believe it’s easier on us and our directors. If you have not been contacted by us previously, then this is an “application” that can