In this day and age when so many people watch others play games, some even preferring it over playing them, it doesn't seem that outrageous for content creators to share some of their earnings with game makers, particularly if the single player content is shown from start to credit.
Personally, I was debating between 25-35% but I'll go with 25%. Look, creating content is no joke. You gotta put in the time and it takes a lot effort, and before that, you gotta invest in the set up. The whole thing is a full time gig that you gotta commit to and grind on. A lot goes into just getting the stuff out there for the viewers but the creators also have to be on, whether on camera or on mic, and be presentable, and likable, and entertaining. I don't want to take anything away from the ppl that do it for a living. Even for the lucky ones, it takes years and years to gain a real following. But what about the developers that don't see a dime for their work, do they deserve anything?
Do you think game makers should see a cut? If so, how much of it?