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Firewatch developers issue DMCA takedowns against PewDiePie

Sean Vanaman, co-founder of studio Campo Santo, announced on Twitter today that the studio would be filing DMCA takedowns against YouTuber Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg. Shortly afterwards they followed up, with all footage of Firewatch on his channel becoming unavailable as a result. Sean also confirmed that any videos of future Camp Santo games by PewDiePie would also be taken down, and called for other developers to follow suit.
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