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Washington State Gambling Commission tells Valve to ‘stop facilitating gambling’

The government of the state of Washington isn’t down with gamers gambling virtual items, and it has asked one of the primary companies enabling this practice to do everything it can to stop it. The Washington State Gambling Commission is telling Valve, the owner and operator of the Steam PC-gaming platform, to “stop facilitating gambling.” […]
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