I think he's at peace with whatever direction his relationship with Nintendo goes. That meltdown was long ago. Even then he was right though. In an era where digital rights are moving closer in favor of the developer and consumers are losing more and more rights, streaming is at least one user right and free advertisement for the company. If Nintendo doesnt want to be in on it, then they aren't exactly needed. The majority of games that are streamed more freely are really from all other platforms but them. Im actually quite glad to see so many streams of this game, because this is definitely hyping even me up to get Zelda, regardless of whether the switch is a console for me. For Breath of the Wild, Twitch is where its at. This is also why I support donations, because gamers who make games look good and are talented/entertaining at playing should be paid. Nintendo can take as much ad revenue as they please from Youtube.
It wasn't really that long ago, back in April 2015 to be exact, so just over a year and a half, coming close to 2 years. Developers shouldn't really be giving up their rights to the consumer (because giving up one for the other is what usually happens and the "happy medium" may work for one company, but that doesn't mean it has to be a template forced on all other companies).
The bolded part screams of "if they don't play by my ruels then they don't exist", which is a childish way to look about a company that doesn't really agree with your side of things, just like how a person doesn't agree with your pov, doesn't mean companies have to 100% of the time.
I wouldn't say Twitch is where it's at right now, especially considering that there are people who still use other sites to stream and vlog with, along with those who generally do not watch streams and instead watch trailers and talk to their friends, doing their own set of research towards buying a game, those ways of hyping ones self towards a game haven't died out yet and they aren't ther tineist minority on the planet either.