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Capcom changes its controversial Street Fighter V Community License Agreement for the better

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In late February, Capcom introduced a new set of guidelines affecting community events that stage matchups of Street Fighter V.

Needless to say, it did not go over well. Capcom has at last responded, introducing changes to the Street Fighter V Licensing Agreement.

For the most part, small-to-medium tournament organizers should feel some relief. The original agreement by Capcom would have meant that all tournaments would need to be pre-approved by the publisher.

Not only that, but the company set a cap on winner earnings. Any event that offered $10,000 or more in a year would need to apply for a license.

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