I fully agree with you, but you have one thing backwards. We don't actually own the game, the game developer owns the game. When you buy a game in the store you buy a limited license to USE the game. It's a delicate balance between YouTubers and developers. What I was pointing out earlier was basically that the law can prohibit people from making money on game footage. But it can never be completely prohibited to record and upload game footage. But yes, I agree. Developers and YouTubers are in a sort of unspoken mutual understanding where both parties benefit. The developer gets free exposure for their game and in return they allow us to make a buck or two for our troubles. They don't HAVE to do that and so I won't be mad one moment when a developer decides to claim the videos for themselves. I would get mad if they demand the video is taken down though. That is not their right and not their business.