Times are hard for Valve. Washington State Gambling Commission called on the owners of Steam platform to do everything necessary in order to block the possibility of exchanging skins with CS: GO.
The decision of the means that Valve has once and for all to end any cooperation with gambling parties, which are not regulated and are the lion’s share of the black market skins. The Commission argues that the problem would not exist if game producer banned the activities of such entities.
“Skins” from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, are used as means of payment in illegal gambling on the pages of third parties. The transactions are usually finalized through Valve’s Steam platform. Each of illegal sites have a Steam account, that enable the way of hazard system.In response to a query editor PcGamer Doug Lombardi from Valve appealed to the “
Update Exchanges in the Games,” in July, which states that use Steam as an intermediary exchange is prohibited by the regulations. He adds that efforts are still at more than 40-hundred pages, which have so far not replied to the Regulations.
To respond or take appropriate action against the complaints committee Newell’s company has until October 14. The lack of any reaction will cause the whole case goes to court.
It might seem that loud gambling skins made from the disclosure of links several YouTubers one of the portals through which the gambling committee decided to carefully look at the topic. In fact, she became interested in the system skins Valve in February this year.