I'm an author of software aid for online game League of Legends. I have posted several (precisely four) videos that explain how the software works and is meant to be used.
The game involves paid content to some degree which results in occurrence of scammers. The most typical scam is the promise of acquiring free paid content, while in fact paid content is typically stolen from scammed user in effect.
I get about eight comments promoting a scam in a week, usually from French users (actually they are quite obviously bots). YouTube successfully marks more than 75% of those comments as possible spam, however this still requires me to delete them. And about quarter of the comments is right away visible.
I need a way to mitigate those comments because they are obvious attempt to harm people. But I would rather not invest much time in it.
How can I protect YouTube content from harmful links without much effort?