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Det britiske parlament responderer på Loot Box-bekymring

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For nylig kunne vi rapportere, at en britisk parlamentariker har indsendt en række spørgsmål til det britiske parlaments officielle minister for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Karen Bradley, om hvordan ministeriet vil håndtere Loot Box-kulturen.

Nu har parlamentet svaret igen, og det sker ikke via Bradley, men snarere undersekretæren for samme departement, Tracey Crouch.

Hun har svaret følgende:

"Where items obtained in a computer game can be traded or exchanged outside the game platform they acquire a monetary value, and where facilities for gambling with such items are offered to consumers located in Britain a Gambling Commission licence is required. If no licence is held, the Commission uses a wide range of regulatory powers to take action."

"The government recognise the risks that come from increasing convergence between gambling and computer games. The Gambling Commission is keeping this matter under review and will continue to monitor developments in the market."

Som Videogamer noterer er det et vagt svar, men i det mindste monitorerer de branchen.

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