Earlier today, Activision is starting to roll out the Call of Duty Support a Creator program. Similar to Epic’s program, purchases made with your favorite content creators code goes to benefit them. Whether they’re a YouTube, Twitch, or other platforms.
Call of Duty Support a Creator program is rolling out for limited creators
If you have a preferred Call of Duty content creator on any platform, it might be worth checking out if they have a Call of Duty Support a Creator code.
According to a few tweets, the program is now live and is available to use in Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone for purchases in the game.
For every 10,000 COD Points spent, a creator will get $5 from that. Similar to Epic Games, the codes are case-sensitive and expire every 14 days.
Make sure you check the code at the time of purchase.
The program aims to encourage content creators to plug their creator code in future purchases in the in-game store, whether it’s Modern Warfare or Warzone.
The program is a great incentive for fans and content creators alike. it acts as an additional income for the creator and fans of the creator are helping support them.
The program is slowly rolling out to creators, so if your favorite creator doesn’t have the code yet, you will have to wait for them to get it.
Unfortunately, the program won’t work with previous entries of the Call of Duty series, but it should be an implemented feature in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War.
How to enter a Call of Duty Support a Creator code
If your favorite creator has a code and you’re looking to support them, on the PlayStation and XBox you can go to the store and tap down the Left Stick (L3) to bring up the box.
On PC, you will have to look for the relevant button at the bottom of the screen when in the store.
With the program, fans and creators alike are going to benefit from the commercial exchange taking place in the virtua lstore now.
What are your thoughts and which creator are you supporting? Let us know in the comments section below!