Peter Quiambao Jr. 8 years ago As both a HUGE fan of Vimeo and the service they provide free of charge and a hardcore gamer, I am extremely conflicted over this decision. I use my Vimeo account to showcase videos that I made to help express myself artistically and to enjoy the creative expressions of my fellow Vimeo members. I understand that video game content tends to be longer that most of the content on Vimeo, but banning it because it puts more stress on your equipment is unfair to video game. I do not want to suggest lowering your upload limit, but I'd rather have you guys do that instead of banning a specific genre of content. Also, citing the ban of video game content for a "lack of creative expression" (with the exception of Machinima) shows a lack of respect and knowledge for the time and skill it takes to put these videos together. For example, a well put together montage that displays a person's skill in particular game is not that different from Jordan Clarke's "Human Movement In Light," which is extremely popular on Vimeo and a favorite video of mine. Both have someone showcasing his or her talents. Both involve create editing. Both take a lot of time and effort to put together. Also, one might argue that the majority of video game content does not have the previously mentioned qualities of a good video. However, the same could be said for most of the content on Vimeo period. It takes a lot of work to make a high quality video, and if the majority of video game content doesn't live up to that kind of standard, video game content on Vimeo as a whole shouldn't suffer for it.