The lucky boxes that led to a big year in the past year, most of the time in the online vote. Earlier, this issue, which was held in Hawaii and America, was discussed a lot. This issue, which is often spoken for, especially since it encourages young players to play, is now on the agenda of Germany.
Germany wants to stop gambling at least for real money
According to a German-based Welt newspaper, the University of Hamburg says gambling elements are increasing day by day in video games. Although it was part of the gaming industry, it also made it clear that it hurt the players. Germany, which finds it more logical to make the problem with the money systems won in the game rather than the real money at least, will soon be talking to other countries in this regard. The countries include Belgium, Australia and the United States, which are closely related to Germany.
An investigation will be launched by Germany in March to fully understand whether the lucky boxes in the games are gambling. If it passes, most of the players in Germany will be affected and one of the big roles of the gaming industry will be completely closed.