Indian Free Fire YouTubers are getting Fake Copyright Strikes on Their Channels: Here is What We Found?

In this month Total Gaming channel has received more than 20+ fake copyright strikes, all got removed but the last one is not removing for some reason. Total Gaming has received some fake copyright claims and others are all fake strikes.

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Free Fire India News: Indian Free Fire YouTubers are getting multiple copyright strikes at a time on their channels. These copyright strikes are fake and harassing the creators, said by some Free Fire streamers. This issue is noticed by one of our staff while watching the Free Fire India Community News video on a channel called Demon Army on YouTube.

In a recent video by Demon Army, he pointed that Free Fire YouTube streamers are getting strikes for copyright without having anything copyrighted in their videos. The recent strike is given to 2020’s top-growing gaming YouTube channel Total Gaming.

In this month Total Gaming channel has received more than 20+ fake copyright strikes, all got removed but the last one is not removing for some reason. Total Gaming has received some fake copyright claims and others are all fake strikes.

Similar incident was happened to Ungraduate Gamer, a Free Fire streamer from India. Watch the Demon Army’s video below to find the whole issue. (Video language is in Hindi)

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