Microsoft Results to Paying YouTube Contributors for Good Reviews of the New Xbox

YouTube Machinima video makers can make some extra cash from Microsoft for simply developing and posting videos, at least 30 seconds in length and featuring the new Xbox One that highlight the video game console in a, let’s say… positive light, however, there can be no mention of the back room deal they made with the software giant. Some call this approach fishy, lacking in integrity, and even genius. In any case, it’s a undeniable sign that Microsoft brass is not pleased with the sales of their new gaming console. Check out the rules here.



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