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Valve ordered to stop CS:GO skin gambling via Steam by Washington State Gambling Commission

Valve could face criminal charges if they don’t comply. The Washington State Gambling Commission has ordered Valve to “stop allowing the transfer of virtual weapons known as ‘skins’ for gambling activities” on Steam. According to Wednesday’s press release, the use of skins in online gambling activities contravenes the state’s gambling laws. The Gambling Commission initially […]
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