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Updated Incentive system for video makers
Updated Incentive system for video makers

Heroes of Sarnaut!

Today we are glad to show you the updated rewarding system for our video makers! If you are making Allods Online videos or streams and want to not only share them with your subscribers, but also receive an in-game reward for your work, than you can take part in our Video Makers Incentive system.

We've collected and described all rules in the single document, so you should check it out by the following link


Each content maker, depending on the number of subscribers, will receive a certain Tier. There are four tiers in total. The Tier will determine what reward you will receive at the end of the month:

Rank Requirements Twitch Reward
Beginners 50+ followers - 750 or (P2P) per video (only 3 BEST VIDEOS will be assessed)
Tier 1 100+ followers - 1500 or (P2P) per video and various rewards for streams (only 3 BEST VIDEOS/STREAM ENTRIES will be assessed)
Tier 2 500+ followers + 2000 or (P2P) per video and various rewards for streams (only 5 BEST VIDEOS/STREAM ENTRIES will be assessed)
Tier 3 1000+ followers + 2500 or (P2P) per video and various rewards for streams (only 5 BEST VIDEOS/STREAM ENTRIES will be assessed)

The administration reserves the right to refuse to reward or incent videos, regardless of the number of subscribers.

You can check all details by following the link above.

For faster issuance of roles and awards, please register in a special form


Video quality

We are not asking for cinematic masterpieces, but your content must be of acceptable quality.

  1. The voice should be heard clearly, without noise or interference.
  2. The video must have background music, and it should not be louder than the voice.
  3. The picture quality must not be "pixelated", the minimum allowable resolution is 1080p.
  4. Advertising of betting/casinos, pirate servers and other companies that are banned on the territory of European Union is forbidden.
  5. Obscene language is not allowed.
  6. Comments and likes for videos should not be turned off.

Links to the Official Website and Channel

It is enough to add these links to the description:



Tags you have to use for YouTube videos/streams:

Allods, AllodsOnline, AllodsOnlineEU, AllodsPlay, AllodsOnlineEN, AllodsOnlineEnglish (or other official language that you're using in the video)

You may also use additional tags depending on the theme of the video:

AllodsGuide, AllodsReview, AllodsStory


  • Only videos/streams that meet all the criteria can claim a reward
  • Materials can be sent from the 1st day of the month to the 25th inclusive.
  • Rewards are sent out at the beginning of each month (around the 1st-10th of the month) to the game data specified by the author of the video.
  • Videos/stream recordings must be uploaded to a special channel in the discord to claim a reward
  • Especially interesting, well-developed, high-quality and unusual game videos (e.g., your own audio tracks, clips, stories) may claim an additional reward.


Following video topics are a priority:

  • Game plot
  • Class/equipment/activity guides for the game

Contents of the video

1) A video should be comprehensive and justify its format. If the content of a video can be portrayed as text with images, the video format is not justified. We expect video creators to be creative, including a variety of visuals, high sound quality and meaningfulness.

  • If the video is about the story of the game, it will be correct to show relevant locations and key characters in the story.
  • If you're creating a tutorial, make sure that your story about the mechanics of the game is just as interesting to watch for the average viewer.
  • Change what's happening in the frame to create the most complete picture of what's going on for the player: the interface, the important part of the game world, the nuances of character control - all this will help to orient and guide your viewer.

2) The subject matter of the video should depict something sufficiently non-obvious to require you to accompany your story with a video.

  • If you want to list new milestones or consumable items, a text tutorial would be better, because the video might be monotonous and not interesting to watch.
  • If you want to show combat tactics against a difficult enemy or the location of a hidden item, a video tutorial will be a faithful companion for your subscribers.

3) We do not encourage videos that contain negative remarks about the project and its administration/developers.

  • Although we encourage constructive criticism, you can always suggest your ways to make the game better.

4) If you made a guide on something that's already on YouTube (or somewhere else), there's nothing wrong with that. But full copying of someone else's video is prohibited.

5) We can award a video without any informational content (film, trailer, etc.), as long as it has well-developed artistic components.


The video should be at least 3 minutes long. If the video is shorter than 3 minutes, it's likely to lack useful information. At the same time, we can't access videos that are too long, so its duration should not be longer than 60 minutes.


  • You should attach screenshots with stream statistics and the visible date when applying it for the reward.
  • The stream recording must be available for viewing and evaluation at any time. Most frequently, video evaluation takes place at the end of the month after the 25th.
  • You must interact with the audience while streaming, silent streams will not be rewarded.


The stream length should be at least 2 hours long.

We wish you good luck and creativity!

«Allods Team»