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The Ministry of Consumer Affairs includes ‘loot boxes’ in the Gaming Law



The Ministry of Consumer Affairs includes ‘loot boxes’ in the Gaming Law


Following Belgium, finally the ‘dispossession boxes’ will be included in the new Hinge Law in Spain. And we can already say that it will mean a lot for those freemium in which we play the draw so that we get a desired item or an improvement for our ups and downs.

And it is that the The Consumer Employment of the Government of Spain has left dictation that drop boxes or ‘drop boxes’ will be taken as ********. This implies that they will be regulated and fences will be placed on a business mannequin that has no limits of any kind.

These spoil boxes or ‘spoil boxes’ found in the vast majority of freemium games and even in many others like Clash Royale where it is played “randomly” every time we make a quota to try to get some skin or extra clothes.

That this dummy is fenced off means it can happen like in Belgium (which is why even Nintendo pulls some of their games), where games with that business dummy like Apex Legends, when you buy their own currency, you can designate the skin in their area. from play roulette to see if it’s your turnwhich can lead to annexation behaviors derived from the repertoire.

The main goal of the Consumer Employment is to advance in the prevention of the repertoire in minors. For this, the preparatory law of 2011 will be reviewed and modified so that these objectives can be met. Belgium is not only the one that has regulated the spoil boxes, but France, Australia and the United Kingdom are advancing in the regulations for this market of spoil boxes.

Now we have to see the steps to follow to regulate spoil boxes and that the business dummy running autonomously in these parts will be prevented.

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