Capcom, a prominent global video game developer and publisher, today announced the introduction of “Capcom Creators,” a new content creator program. This project honors and engages with the dedicated community of fans who create videos, livestreams, fan art, cosplay, and more using Capcom’s famous games from beloved franchises like Resident Evil, Monster Hunter, and Street Fighter. Capcom wants to foster longer-term partnerships with creators by providing dedicated resources and incentives, as well as highlighting influential and positive voices in the community.
Capcom Creators Deep Dive
Capcom has gotten a lot of heat from content creators over the years because their content on YouTube and other communication mediums gets a copyright strike. This is an attempt by the company to apologize and become more engaging with its fans.
Members of Capcom Creators will have access to resources to assist in the creation of content for Capcom’s vast library of award-winning and best-selling games. Periodic emails promoting the new releases and benefits, as well as a dedicated private Discord channel to engage with program creators and fellow content producers, will be available to said creators. Individuals may benefit from seeing their work recognized and potentially boosted on Capcom’s social and video channels to help grow their online fanbases.
Capcom Creators is now accepting applications from residents of the United States. Please check the official website for more information about the program, prerequisites, and how to apply.
Capcom is a renowned developer, publisher, and distributor of interactive entertainment for gaming consoles, PCs, portable devices, and wireless devices around the world. Since its inception in 1983, Capcom has produced hundreds of games, including the critically acclaimed Resident Evil™, Monster Hunter™, Street Fighter™, Mega Man™, Devil May Cry™, and Ace Attorney™ franchises. Capcom has offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and Tokyo, with its corporate headquarters in Osaka, Japan.