For more than a decade, the production company Rooster Teeth has been bringing viewers entertaining content with its popular series and shows, including its flagship series Red vs. Blue. But now, Rooster Teeth has made the decision to remove this and other series from its YouTube channel and across the web, leaving many viewers to wonder why.
The team at Rooster Teeth has long been dedicated to creating content that appeals to the gaming and tech communities, and YouTube has been their go-to platform for video streaming. But now they have pulled the plug on their content, citing YouTube’s changes to its policies and procedures as the driving force behind the decision.
According to a post on the Rooster Teeth website, the company feels that YouTube’s new policies do not align with its mission to provide entertaining and educational content to its viewers. These changes have also meant that Rooster Teeth will no longer be able to monetize their YouTube videos, meaning that the company will have to find other ways to generate income from its content.
While this is a major blow to Rooster Teeth, it is also a substantial inconvenience for fans. Red vs. Blue and other Rooster Teeth shows have been fan-favorites for many years, and the removal of the content has left many fans feeling frustrated.
Given that not all of Rooster Teeth’s content has been removed from YouTube yet, there is still some hope that the shows could return in some way. But for now, it appears that Rooster Teeth and its fans will have to find alternate ways to watch their favorite shows. There is still talk of the company’s potential involvement in a different streaming service, so the future remains to be seen.