Last updated September __, 2023

  1. Introduction. These Official Capcom Fighters Co-Streamer Guidelines (the “Guidelines”) govern co-streaming of the following Capcom channels, which together will be referred to as the “Capcom Fighters Channels”:

    Note that co-streaming of other Capcom channels is governed by the guidelines located here.

  2. Application. To co-stream the Capcom Fighters Channels, you must first submit the application at the bottom of this page and receive approval from Capcom. Submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance by Capcom, and you may not begin co-streaming until you have received an approval message from Capcom.
  3. Co-streaming License. If Capcom approves your co-streaming application, subject to and conditioned upon your compliance with these Guidelines, you will be permitted to record, reproduce, host, cache, display, perform, distribute, broadcast, transmit, and stream Approved Broadcasts (as defined below) from the Capcom Fighters Channels, overlaid with your commentary and video (i.e., a “co-stream”), on your Twitch, Facebook, and/or YouTube channels. You may also refer to yourself as a “CAPCOM Official Co-Streamer” and your co-stream as an “CAPCOM Official Co-Stream.”
  4. Approved Broadcasts. You are not permitted to co-stream any broadcast of the Street Fighter League Japan or Street Fighter League Europe competitions. You are otherwise permitted to co-stream any broadcast that appears on the Capcom Fighters Channels.
  5. Co-streaming Requirements. Your co-stream must comply with the following requirements:

    1. You must comply with any co-streaming guidelines provided by the platform you are using to co-stream (i.e., Twitch, YouTube, and/or Facebook).
    2. You may not overlay anything on top of the CAPCOM Stream, including, but not limited to, overlay graphics or text on top of the feed.
    3. You may not perform “Raids,” such as encouraging viewers to watch a non-CAPCOM Stream until the end of the Capcom broadcast event or CAPCOM Stream.
    4. In the event that the quality, appearance, or style of your co-stream ceases to be acceptable to Capcom, Capcom will have the right, in its sole discretion, to withdraw your approval to co-stream.
    5. You must display the Capcom Fighters stream URL in your co-stream broadcast. Please be sure to use the same platform URL.

    “Capcom Fighters Channels”:

  6. Advertising. You may place advertisements, graphics, and texts in the co-stream that do not overlay on top of the CAPCOM Stream. You may not display any advertising or sponsorship in connection with the following categories: pornography, tobacco, vaping (e-cigarettes), firearms, drugs, alcoholic beverages, political advertising, or gambling.
  7. Reporting Metrics. You are required to report the following metrics to Capcom within five (5) business days of each co-stream, using the reporting form available here.

    1. Number of Unique Viewers;
    2. Number of Max Concurrent Viewers;
    3. Number of Total Viewers;
    4. Minutes Watched; and
    5. Provide a screen shot of your co-stream to demonstrate proper logo placement.
  8. License to Capcom. Capcom may record, reproduce, host, cache, display, perform, distribute, broadcast, transmit and stream any part of your co-stream for the advertising and promotion of Capcom, the Capcom Pro Tour, and Capcom games.
  9. General. These Guidelines are subject to change without prior notice. You and Capcom are, and will remain at all times, independent contractors, and nothing in these Guidelines will be construed to create an agency, employment, fiduciary, representative or any other relationship between you and Capcom. You understand and agree that neither you nor Capcom has authority to enter into any agreement or incur any liability on behalf of the other party.