Following the reveal that Microsoft paid Youtubers to promote the Xbox One under certain conditions EA officially revealed that they too had a similar program for Battlefield 4 called the Ronku Assignment. It ran from October 29, 2013 to November 29th, 2013. Youtubers were paid $10 for every 1000 views relating to either BF4 or NFS Rivals with each producers limited to 3 videos and a view cap of 20 Million (Possible $200,000!).
Producers had to abide by certain criteria first before being paid.
- The agreement may not be disclosed to anyone
- Videos must relate to the good aspects of the game (similar to how Microsoft only allowed users to talk good of the Xbox One
- Glitches and problems are prohibited
- Videos largely should but were not limited to focus on Levolution or crossing the finish line in Rivals
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