Capital Music’s YouTube channel is a virtual treasure trove of free music, with millions of views and counting.

But it is also a source of controversy. 

Arista, the music subscription service from Capital Music, claims to have made it easy for its subscribers to stream music, but it also has the dubious distinction of being a major player in the video game industry.

Arista has a reputation for being “pay to play,” which means it charges users for content, which can include paying for in-game purchases, free content, and advertisements.

In the video above, Capital Music founder, Michael Green, argues that Arista “has a huge problem with video games.” 

Capital Music is owned by The Walt Disney Company, which owns ESPN and Disney Interactive, and was founded in 2000 by the same people who were behind Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook.

Aristas CEO, Michael Oreskes, also has a history of making offensive comments.

For instance, in August, he said that he “might be the only person in the history of the world to say I don’t think it’s appropriate to be black” in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek.

In March, Arista announced that it would no longer make content for its customers, even though many of them continue to pay for Arista.

The decision to remove content was criticized by the Entertainment Software Association, a trade group representing video game developers, who called it “disappointing” and said Arista had “tried to do what they could to prevent it from happening.”

Capital Music CEO, Arash Algazeli, also had a history with Arista in the past.

Last year, the company’s CEO told the Daily Beast that the company had been “losing money” for several years. 

Capital has a track record of making money from video game subscription services.

In 2012, it announced a deal with Activision Blizzard that included an additional $2 million in advertising.

In 2013, Capital’s first video game, Capital Rush, earned over $1.3 million from its $50-per-month subscription. 

The business also has faced criticism in recent years for using the term “pay-to-play,” in an effort to try to drive up subscription fees. 

In June, Capital sued YouTube, alleging that it was using “pay per view” in its ads to push subscribers to its services.

The lawsuit was later dropped, but Capital has been using the same tactics for several months. 

Since the Capital Music controversy broke in early March, a number of major players in the game industry have come out in support of Arista, with some even going as far as to say that the video streaming service was a legitimate business model.

The issue has prompted some online petitions and a number legal challenges to Capital’s service.

In June, Aristas parent company, The Walt Park Group, said that it planned to shut down its streaming service in order to “stop being a pawn of Capital Music and Capital Music” and to focus on its original business. 

According to The Wall Street Journal, Capital is also suing several video game publishers, including Ubisoft and Warner Bros., alleging that they “did not act reasonably in the face of persistent allegations of deceptive marketing practices and predatory pricing practices.”

Capital’s legal battles are continuing, and the company says that it intends to continue to fight for consumers.