Unboxing 100 MIL YouTube AWARD!! – YouTube Video

Congratulations on hitting 100 million Subscribers – Unboxing 100 MIL YouTube AWARD!! – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYlesHOaPkY (about 9:43 minutes long). The YouTube video was sponsored by Honey so there’s a clip highlighting Honey at the beginning of the video. There has been some controversy with this Youtuber – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PewDiePie.

If you are not familiar with YouTube awards, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube_Creator_Awards. There are some restrictions to receive the awards, including a focus on those who bring original content (see below): https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/7682560?hl=en:

The YouTube Creator Awards program is our way of recognizing the extraordinary effort creators put into their channels. In order to be eligible for a Creator Award you need to meet the eligibility criteria and provide the required information.

Eligibility

There are three levels of Creator Awards based on the following subscriber milestones:

  • Silver – when you reach 100,000 subscribers
  • Gold – when you reach 1,000,000 subscribers
  • Diamond – when you reach 10,000,000 subscribers

In addition to the above subscriber threshold requirements, Creator Awards are given at YouTube’s discretion. We only recognize creators who follow our guidelines, and each channel is reviewed before an award can be issued.

That means we reward creators who keep their accounts in good standing without copyright strikes or violations of YouTube’s Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. You’ll need to resolve any such issues to be considered for a Creator Award.

Additionally, Creator Awards are meant to recognize those that bring original content to YouTube. For this reason, channels that focus on compilations, mixes, curation, or heavy use of third-party copyrighted content or characters may not be eligible for Creator Awards. Learn more about copyright on YouTube.

The above link doesn’t mention hitting 50 million (6 channels according to Wikipedia) or 100 million subscribers (2 channels per Wikipedia), but https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube_Creator_Awards. Wikipedia includes a number of reward levels below Silver. When you achieve Opal or Bronze and meet the requirements, you gain benefits that may include ways to monetize your channel.

 

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