YouTube got the New terms for Mobile Live Streaming: Dropped 10k to 1k Subscribers Requirement

YouTube got the New terms for Mobile Live Streaming: Dropped 10k to 1k Subscribers Requirement
YouTube has made some new changes in the mobile live streaming requirements. The company has dropped the subscriber's requirements to 1k from 10k.

Before this you need a 10k subscribers on your YouTube channel to use the mobile live streaming feature. Live streaming from mobile feature have added in the Feb of this year by the company. The feature works same like Periscope and Instagram's live video feature.

To see if you have the feature enabled, press the floating record button on the Home screen of the YouTube app. You should see a 'Go Live' button in addition to the standard record button. Let us know in the comments if you're seeing it or not.
YouTube got the New terms for Mobile Live Streaming: Dropped 10k to 1k Subscribers Requirement
Above is the screenshot of Google's new mobile live streaming terms. Here is the link of the Google's updated support page with the new terms for using and creating a YouTube live stream. They clearly mentioned that the user need 1000 subscribers to stream from the mobile device.

Keep Your YouTube app updated with the latest version. Go through the below link to download the Latest YouTube Android app.

YouTube v12.14.56

Source : AndroidPolice

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