General guidelines on fan-created content

At Behaviour Interactive, we value the passion and creativity of our community and want to support content creators in producing non-commercial content with their own creative spin. To do this, creators are invited to incorporate video, images, gameplay or other public assets from our games - subject to certain restrictions - into their content. This excludes the use of third-party content, defined as fan content in our Terms of Use.

It is important that all content creators work within the following guidelines, so please read them carefully. These guidelines may be updated at any time and should not be interpreted as permission to use any of Behaviour’s content (as defined in Section V.A. of our Terms of Use).

In most cases, your fan content can be shared freely via your websites, social media channels or similar digital services, such as Facebook, Twitch, YouTube, etc. This includes streaming, Let’s Play and other live or recorded video content. Feel free to tag us in your masterpieces, we’d love to see them.

You cannot use fan content to make money, solicit donations or any type of monetary contribution. However, using legally compliant ads alongside your content is permitted. We also prohibit any illegal, offensive, discriminatory, controversial and inaccurate representation of our content and brands, including but not limited to impersonation of any kind, falsifying partnerships, implying that Behaviour is a sponsor, that you are a Fog Whisperer, promotion of cheats, or exploits.

When you post your fan content, you do so at your own risk as it may be subject to removal at any time by Behaviour without notice. Behaviour may enforce its rights against any violation of these guidelines and/or our Terms of Use.


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