Things are getting very bad for loot boxes in the United States, at least in those whose profits come from especially from younger audiences. And is that as reported by the US press, the bill to prohibit the loot box for minors presented by a Republican senator advances at a good pace and wins support among the politicians of the Democratic caucus.
“Only an addiction economy can produce a business model based on a casino to the homes of every American child with the aim of hooking them desperately”, explains, explained by Variety, the Republican promoter of this initiative Josh Hawley. ” I am proud of this agreement, a bipartisan legislation to put an end to these exploitation practices ” adds.
” The congress should send to clear message to application developers and technology companies: children are not cows of money to milk, “commented in this regard Richard Blumenthal, a Democratic Party senator who, along with his colleague Maggie Hassan has decided to step up and support the Republican political project Hawley.
ESA, the employers of the video game sector in the United States, have described this bill as “defective and riddled with inaccuracies”, adding that its final approval would be detrimental to the player’s experience and could put at risk more than 220,000 jobs.