I am all for banning these. The idea of paying a set fee for a random bonus that could be worth a lot or nothing, is most definitely gambling. Worse yet, this is gambling for items that have no real world value. Remember the game Second Life, where people were paying thousands of real dollars for virtual sofas and jewelry… same thing.

The bill would apply new consumer protections and prohibit certain exploitative practices in video games children play.

Found at variety.com

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