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06-05-2013, 07:32 PM
Ubisoft Video Policy

We consider ourselves fortunate to have fans actively engaging with our game content.

Using the guidelines below, please feel free to make videos (walkthroughs, Letís Play, reviews, etc.) with Ubisoft game content and publish to your website, YouTube or similar digital services.


Do not take assets from our games (e.g. voice, music, items) and distribute them separately.
Unless approved by us, the use of our content in videos must be non-commercial.
Do not charge users to view or access your videos.
Do not sell or license your videos to others for a payment of any kind.
Behave like a decent human being. Absolutely no racist, sexist, homophobic, or offensive content.
Please keep your videos focused on our games, and away from overtly controversial topics.

Failure to abide by these content guidelines may result in Ubisoft taking action to have your video removed. Ubisoft will, at its sole discretion, determine if your video does not comply with these content guidelines. We do not want to police video upload communities. We prefer to focus our efforts on creating games.

You are free to monetize your videos via the YouTube partner program and similar programs on other video sharing sites.

We are not staffed to respond to requests for individual video copyright clearance. Should anyone require proof of this policy, point them here (http://help.ubi.com/video (http://help.ubi.com/video)) instead.

Please note: This policy applies only to Ubisoft content. If you include someone else's content in your video, such as music, you will need permission from the owner of said content.

If you have questions that fall outside of the guidelines listed above, please contact us at: videorights@ubisoft.com

04-21-2014, 12:49 PM
Hello all, Just adding to what Mr_Shade has said;

It seems that YouTube videos that use the title song for Trials Fusion "Welcome to the Future" are receiving copyright claims on YouTube. We are working on getting this sorted out, but for now it might be easier for players to avoid using that specific song in their videos.