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The state of Hawaii against the loot boxes, the state representative wants to launch ...

The representative of the State of Hawaii, Chris Lee, made a fuss when, a few weeks ago, he announced his intention to investigate video game loot boxes as a possible gambling game. Now he has released a video ...
Michael Pachter

Michael Pachter has his say on the loot boxes and goes heavy with the ...

An important topic and never before as topical as that of the loot boxes could not remain indifferent to a famous market analyst like Michael Pachter, who does not miss any opportunity ...

French Senator talks about the loot box in a letter to the gambling commission

The recent controversy over the Star Wars Battlefront II loot boxes really raised a crawl space. The use he makes of this feature has made both Belgium and Hawaii ...

The Loot Boxs are gambling

We had already written a few days ago about the Belgian government's interest in the Loot Box issue. Finally the Belgian Gambling Commission gave its opinion: The Loot Boxes featured in Star Wars Battlefront II constitute ...

Loot Box to Ban?

The Belgian site VTM announces that the Gaming Commission has investigated the loot boxes in video games, especially putting under the magnifying glass guess who? Obviously EA with Star Wars: Battlefront ...

Summary: Parimatch makes a declaration of intent related to the ...

KIEV, Ukraine - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Following the signing of Law No. 2285-d by President Volodymyr Zelenskyi legalizing the gambling industry in ...

Xbox Series X, release scheduled for November

Despite the bad news of the postponement of Halo Infinite to 2021, comes the small consolation of the announcement that Xbox Series X will be launched during the ...

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