Streamers Can Co-Stream Battlefield 2042's EA Play Live Broadcast Without DMCA Takedowns

Battlefield 2042 is set to appear in EA Play this week, with many fans hoping to catch a glimpse of what this game is going to be like when it comes out later this year, while streamers want to co-stream the big event.

Similar gaming events like the Future of FPS stream have been difficult to co-stream in recent years due to the amount of licensed music being used for them but it looks like things are changing for the better as EA are encouraging fans to stream the event, telling them that licensed music won’t be an issue.

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Streamers Can Co-Stream Battlefield 2042's EA Play Live Broadcast Without DMCA Takedowns

On Twitter, the official Battlefield 2042 account stated that influencers and streamers will be able to co-stream the event with no issue, claiming that a deal was made with their partners to allow for streaming.

That’s obviously a big win for streamers everywhere that want to be in the know with all these gaming events and we can only hope that this is a positive sign of things to come when it comes to this type of game coverage.

“Creators & streamers: invite your communities to watch along with you. We've worked with our partners to clear our licensed music for use during our broadcast!” says Battlefield on Twitter.

With EA Play coming soon, this news is getting some positive press and that’s always a good way to kick things off, especially for a company that gets criticized often like EA.

Let’s hope that the Battlefield 2042 showcase is a good one since this is a game that many people are excited about.

Battlefield 2042 is coming to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.