♦LIST OF GAMING NETWORKS♦There have probably been a lot of threads like this on here. I know Shane has the best list of YouTube networks in general. I have researched a lot, got in contact with networks, and retrieved a lot of information. This thread is unique because it is easy to read, you get the requirements of each network, the contract lengths & revenue splits, and what network each is under. This thread is a list of networks concentrated on mainly gaming. Disclaimer: All of this information is always changing. I did my best to get the up-to-date information but I know some if it may be wrong. A lot of you may know more about these networks and I would encourage you to correct me and I will try to correct it on the thread as soon as possible. I have gotten all this information by asking, reading other threads, and viewing requirements and details on the many different websites pertaining to these networks. I have not taken any information directly from any contract. Some of the information I left as "uknown" until I can find that information out. EDIT: I have like 20 more networks to add. Dananuh has taken over a thread that contains quite a few of these gaming networks. Use that for now. I will probably be updating this with a bunch more in two weeks. Networks to Add (Gaming-Centred Networks):LIKE 20 MORE•[MESSAGE ME IF YOU WANT ME TO ADD YOU] Networks to Add (Non-Primary Gaming Networks):•Creative Nation•Xela•[MESSAGE ME IF YOU WANT ME TO ADD YOU] LEGEND: The 3 Type's of Networks ➜ Multi-Channel Network (MCN)"Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs, or “networks”) are entities that affiliate with multiple YouTube channels, often to offer content creators assistance in areas including product, programming, funding, cross-promotion, partner management, digital rights management, monetization/sales, and/or audience development. MCNs are not affiliated with or endorsed by YouTube or Google." - Google/YouTube's definition. ➜ Proprietary Network: These are "sub-networks" directly under a certain MCN. They have more freedom and they split their earnings between you, the MCN, and Google. ➜ Content Aggregator: These are networks under Proprietary networks. PN's might take a content aggregator under their wing so they can provide them with more partners. However, the Proprietary Network would just have to split their earnings with the content aggregator. PLEASE NOTE: Sub-Networks:In this post, I listed all non-MCN's as sub-networks so it is easy to understand that that network is under another network. However, officially, none of these are really "sub-networks." They are known either as a "Proprietary Network," or a "Content Aggregator." [Click an Image to Enlarge] Networks that are Primarily Gaming: ADDING MORE SOON! (I will also be making a list of networks that accept everyone, but have a good focus on gaming as well! Coming Soon!) CREDITS-I want to thank Nick Sacko, from N4Gtv, who has answered my billions of questions-Shane for helping me understand a lot about networks-MattZ for helping me understand more about networks!