Thursday, May 23, 2019

Loot Box Bill Moving Forward With Bipartisan Support

Okay, so let's say this are you going to actually stop kids from buying loot boxes? You can't even stop them from playing Mature rated games.

Hawley’s Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act would, if approved, prohibit video game companies from selling loot boxes to children under the age of 18 and make it unlawful for minor-oriented games to include pay-to-win mechanics. If a games company was found to be unlawfully including these features in games targeted to minors it would be financially penalized.