We may sometimes make changes to these terms. If we make material changes that adversely affect your rights under these terms, we will let you know by posting an announcement on our website or sending you an email prior to the changes coming into effect. Continuing to use Playbook after a change to these terms means you accept the new terms.
When you register for an account you must provide us with accurate information. To register for a creator account you must be at least 18 years old.
You are responsible for anything that occurs on your account, as well as the security of the account. If you believe your account is compromised, you must contact us immediately.
You maintain full ownership of all content you post on Playbook, but, in order to operate, we need licenses from you.
By posting content on Playbook you grant us a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, sublicensable, worldwide license to use, reproduce, distribute, perform, publicly display or prepare derivative works of your content. The purpose of this license is to allow us to operate Playbook, promote Playbook and promote your content on Playbook. We are not trying to steal your content or use it in an exploitative way.
You may not post content that infringes on others' intellectual property or proprietary rights.
Your subscribers may not use content posted by creators in any way not authorized by the creator.
If you decide to leave the Playbook platform, you must notify us via email and we will put your account into “Run-off mode”. Please make sure to understand the terms for the run-off mode.
Why “Run-off mode?”
Therefore, if you leave the platform, Playbook does the following:
You are responsible for all the activity on your account. If you violate community guidelines we have a right to terminate your account. Some examples of violations:
These guidelines are not meant to be exhaustive. If you find a way to hurt Playbook or our users we will take action to prevent it. If you engage in activity outside of the app that could endanger Playbook’s reputation or our users, we have the right to terminate your account.
The content we create is protected by copyright, trademark, and trade secret laws. Some examples of our content are the text on our website, our logo, and our codebase. We grant you a license to use our logo and other copyrights or trademarks to promote your Playbook channel.
You may not otherwise use, reproduce, distribute, perform, publicly display or prepare derivative works of our content unless we give you permission in writing. Please ask if you have any questions.
We offer two subscription tiers: monthly and annual. Both have values that accrue daily and are paid out at the end of the month rather than a lump sum at the start of the subscription. By using Playbook, you agree to the pricing and payout system we have in place.
Your end-of-month payment consists of two types of revenue shares:
Playbook will initiate payments on the 14th to 16th of every month via Playbook’s main payment provider. We try to provide timely access to your funds, but you may occasionally experience delays in accessing your funds. There are a number of scenarios that could result in delays of payment transfer including app store delays, national holidays, geography, etc.
Regarding tax reporting: we do not handle most tax payments, but we collect tax identification information and report this to tax authorities as legally required. You are responsible for reporting any taxable income you make.
You will indemnify us from all losses and liabilities, including legal fees, that arise from these terms or relate to your use of Playbook. We reserve the right of exclusive control over the defense of a claim covered by this clause. If we use this right, you will help us in our defense.
Your obligation to indemnify under this clause also applies to our affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and third-party service providers.
We do our best to make sure Playbook works as expected, but sometimes things happen.
Playbook is provided “as is” and without warranty of any kind. Any warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, and any other warranty is excluded to the greatest extent permitted by law.
The disclaimers of warranty under this clause also apply to our affiliates and third-party service providers.
To the extent permitted by law, we are not liable to you for any incidental, consequential, or punitive damages arising out of these terms, or your use or attempted use of Playbook. To the extent permitted by law, our liability for damages is limited to the amount of money we have earned through your use of Playbook. We are specifically not liable for losses caused by conflicting contractual agreements.
For this clause “we” and “our” is defined to include our affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and third-party service providers
We encourage you to contact us if you have an issue. If a dispute does arise out of these terms or related to your use of Playbook, and it cannot be resolved after you talk with us, then it must be resolved by arbitration. Arbitrations may only take place on an individual basis. No class arbitrations or other groupings of parties is allowed. By agreeing to these terms you are waiving your right to trial by jury or to participate in a class action or representative proceeding, we are also waiving these rights.
This clause does not limit either party’s ability to seek injunctive or other equitable relief for disputes relating to intellectual property or proprietary data.
New York law, excluding its conflict of law provisions, governs these terms and all other Playbook policies. If a lawsuit does arise, both parties consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the courts located in New York City, NY.
These terms and any referenced policies are the entire agreement between you and us and supersede all prior agreements. If any provision of these terms is held to be unenforceable, that provision is modified to the extent necessary to enforce it. If a provision cannot be modified, it is severed from these terms, and all other provisions remain in force. If either party fails to enforce a right provided by these terms, it does not waive the ability to enforce any rights in the future.