In the news we published yesterday, we mentioned that Germany started a special process to ban luck boxes in video games like other countries. Before Germany, several countries had taken such a decision and began to focus on the issue. According to the information received today, Sweden may soon remove luck boxes from games.
The chance boxes will soon fall into the category of gambling
Sweden’s public administration chairman, Ardalan Shekarabi, told the news story P3 News that the lucky boxes could enter the gambling division. If this decision is taken soon, the chance boxes for Sweden in 2019 can be completely ended. Gambling by Swedish law is completely illegal. It was determined that the chance boxes did not seem to be gambling at the moment, but Shekarabi said they would examine this. The only thing the Swedish administration does not have an attitude towards luck boxes is that it wants to remove gambling on people, and natural luck boxes seem to be one of the biggest triggers in this situation.
If we continue at this rate, the luck boxes will be completely lifted in many countries of the world. The lucky boxes that create gambling addiction can also be displayed very clearly, which also causes a large amount of early spending.