Korean government asks Apple and Google stores to remove P2E games By Cointelegraph


The South Korean government has decided to block the release of new games to win (P2E) and demanded that existing games be removed from Google (NASDAQ 🙂 Play and the Apple App Store.

The P2E game has become popular in the cryptocurrency industry. Players generally must first purchase game coins in the form of non-fungible tokens in order to play the game and receive in-game rewards. However, in-game prizes over a few dollars are prohibited in South Korea.

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