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Youtube Role Guidelines


InstantzZHD | Owner of Nova Wars
Registered Account
Jan 15, 2019
If you are a popular YouTuber with a semi-big channel, you may be eligible for the YouTuber rank here at Nova Wars. This rank comes with some benefits to make recording videos here on the network more easily, such as our nickname feature to avoid players targeting you in games while you are trying to record and a [YOUTUBE] tag.

You can find out our requirements for our YouTuber rank and how to apply below.


Requirements for YouTube Channels
Including YouTube Live Streamers

For any YouTube channels wishing to apply for the YT rank, your channel must meet the following requirements:
  • 100 or more subscribers for gaming channels with regular Minecraft content.
  • 500 or more subscribers for gaming channels with irregular (but still some) Minecraft content.
  • A reasonable number of views per video (100 or more views within a few days of release on all videos).
  • An active YouTube channel producing original gaming content regularly.
  • Have uploaded some Minecraft related videos (not necessarily Nova Wars related).

If your YouTube channel meets these requirements, you can apply with the template below to submit an application for the YT rank.

Please note that channels meeting these requirements are still not guaranteed a rank on Nova Wars. All ranks are decided on a case by case basis by the administration team, and we may decline to give a rank for any reason. We will only give ranks to the owners of channels, who are producing regular content for the channel.

Can I get a rank without having 100 subscribers?
While we can't consider all channels on YouTube for a rank, if your channel is gaming related and you have more than 20,000 subscribers we can consider your channel for a rank. Please see the "Information for Smaller Channels" section below.

I saw a player with YT with less than 100 subscribers! Why?!
Please note that YouTube channels are only one of the factors that we take into consideration when giving the YT rank to users. Some users may have been given the YT rank based on other sources, such their channel on a streaming site such as Twitch or Beam. In some exceedingly rare cases, we may also choose to give a rank to users for other reasons, but these are at our discretion and are not applied for.

Am I guaranteed a rank if I meet the requirements?
Simply put, no. All applications are considered on a case by case basis, and we may decline to give a rank in specific cases for any reason (see "What types of content do you not accept?" for some example reasons we'd decline to give a rank). That said, in most cases, we will be able to give some rank if you meet the requirements provided there are no concerns about your channel or the practices it is supporting.

I make non-gameplay but still gaming related content, such as animations, machinimas or other non-gameplay content. Do I qualify for a rank?
In most cases, yes you do qualify as much as any YouTuber producing gameplay content does. This means that your channel needs to meet the same requirements as other channels. However, we usually don't expect to see uploads as regularly from these channels due to the time it takes to make this type of content (e.g., monthly uploads for an animation channel is still regular). We may look for higher numbers of views per video, however, to compensate for the reduced number of videos if this is the case.

I upload other users content onto my channel. Do I qualify for a rank?
In most cases, if you are uploading other users content onto your channel you will not qualify for a rank on the Hypixel Network. We don't support taking content from other YouTubers and cannot support it. However, we do make exceptions to this for channels using clips of other users videos (not whole videos) for critique, or other fair use purposes (e.g., short clips with your own content) provided this is only part of a larger set of content on the channel.

What types of content do you not accept?
While we're not overly picky about the kinds of content that we accept, we do not accept channels which contain certain types of content for the YT rank. For example, we do not accept channels which upload any of the following:
  • content which involves the intentional violation of our server rules for any reason;
  • content focused on cheating or hacking in-game, or which supports, advertises or endorses cheating in any way;
  • content focused on hacking or griefing servers;
  • content of an adult nature, or content which is otherwise highly inappropriate or offensive;
  • content focused on illegal or other similarly concerning activities.
This list is not entirely comprehensive, but these are the primary reasons why we would decline an application. As a general rule to follow on this, however, if it's something that's widely frowned upon by other content creators or is flat out against the YouTube content guidelines, we probably won't accept it either.

All accepted applications will receive a response with some basic details of the rank.

While we cannot give the YT rank to channels with under 100 subscribers in order to restrict the demand for the rank (please see the reasoning in the Frequently Asked Questions), we can currently consider channels with more than 50 subscribers that produce regular gaming content for an alternate rank. Please do note that we do expect videos on these channels to be achieving at least 50 views per video within a few (usually 3-5) days of release.

If your channel meets these requirements, please use the same application method listed below.


Requirements for Streamers
Excluding YouTube streamers. Please see above requirements for YouTube.

We may sometimes also give the rank to streamers on sites such as Twitch (YouTube streamers should see the above requirements), though this is at our discretion and will depend on a variety of other factors.

While we don't currently lay out full requirements for streamers on various sites, as what we look at from site to site does vary, we do ask for all of the following as a minimum:
  • Approximately 100 or more followers (or equivalent).
    This means default, non-paid tier followers (e.g. followers rather than subscribers on Twitch).
  • Approximately 50* concurrent viewers or more.
    This is your average simultaneous viewers on streams, not a one-time peak. * This is somewhat dependant on the streaming service, and may be slightly higher or lower for more or less popular sites.
  • An active and regular streaming schedule.
    Streaming on a regular and predictable (i.e. scheduled) basis, not on rare and unpredictable occasions. We have to review your streams when considering these ranks, so us being able to check your streams is critical.
  • Ideally, streaming Minecraft content on a frequent and regular basis.
If you choose to apply for the YT rank based on your Twitch channel, please remember to include your average concurrent viewership (you'll find this in your Twitch dashboard) and the times when you usually stream (including timezone) in your application. Please note that these applications may take longer as well as we do, in most cases, have to see several streams of yourself to verify these statistics and make a decision.


Note on our Network Rules and YouTubers

Almost all network rules still apply to YouTubers. Please make sure to read through our Network Rules thread before you play on the server. The YouTuber rank is likely to create a level of respect for you on our network, so please don't abuse it.

The only exception to these rules made for YouTubers is our rule on advertising social media. YouTubers are permitted to provide links to their social media accounts, such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, etc., provided it is done in a reasonable and respectful manor. YouTubers are not however permitted to advertise their own communities, such as forums, gaming servers (e.g. Minecraft) or voice servers (e.g. Discord, TeamSpeak, etc.).


Click here to go to the YouTube application template and here for the streamer.


Still Confused?

If you need any more assistance, a member of our staff team should be able to help. Either send them a message on the forums, email, or talk to them on the server. We will try our best to answer any questions and queries you bring to us as quickly as possible.