The City of Heroes Homecoming Server has made an update to their Code of Conduct which will allow players to stream and create videos of their gameplay. But, before you jump into things you should know that there are some rules you will need to follow. This is the video and streaming policy for Homecoming.
Homecoming City of Heroes Video & Streaming Policy
You are permitted to upload and livestream gameplay footage from Homecoming, provided that:
Footage must not contain any content that violates the Code of Conduct, including (but not limited to) content that infringes any third-party copyrights, or other rules or guidelines that we may provide from time to time
All uploaded footage and live streams must be free to access for the viewer (however, standard monetization through platform-provided advertisements is permitted)
Any violations of these rules will result in action being taken against your account until the offending videos are taken offline. Continued violations will result in permanent action against your account and any other remedies available to us.
Although we allow for videos and livestreams (subject to the Code of Conduct), we cannot be held responsible for actions taken by third parties. It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not break the rules of any video platform you choose to use, or otherwise infringe upon the rights of a third party.
Please keep in mind that Homecoming is still working to secure official use of the City of Heroes IP. Do not upload any footage which may portray the IP or Homecoming in a negative light, or we will be forced to revisit this policy.
So there you have it! Are you going to be creating videos or doing livestreams of CoH? Put a link to your content down below and I will include it in a future article. Also, be sure to follow my brand new channel! I’m planning on making videos for it very soon. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaSIyvzS5h225OoOBTH0XPA
It is interesting to note that they are still working on securing official use of the City of Heroes IP. This is pretty much the closest thing we’ve had to an update in quite some time.