Game industry "Trade Secrets" vs Korean government and users " Must disclose fully"... Two sides clash over the probability Item
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[Infostock Daily=Reporter Lee Ji-sun]쟕he government and the ruling party are pushing for a revision to the game law, It is not a partial amendment but a 'full'amendment.

The National Assembly's Culture, Sports and Tourism Committee will present a bill to revise the entire law on the promotion of the game industry at a plenary session on the 24th.

The most controversial part is the "possible item"that has been under controversy in the industry. Probability-type items are the same concept as in-game lottery.

The amendment made to indicate the type of stochastic item, the probability of supply by type, etc. Failure to disclose or make false disclosures will result in up to two years in prison or a fine of up to 20 million won.

There has been constant noise between game companies, users and the government over this part. Since the game industry is a business model (BM) of each company, it is difficult to disclose it accurately.

The ruling party and users point out that probability disclosure is being made conveniently by game companies. Recently, Nexon has been embroiled in controversy over probability manipulation and nondisclosure of probability.

The amendment prohibits "advertisements that provide prizes that are feared to promote publicity, and advertisements that can be mistaken for promoting gambling.".

The game industry says it is too much to regulate just because it "mispersonizes"as it encourages gambling. When classifying game grades, there are regulations that include not only the contents of the game but also the way the game operates, such as the payment limit.?/p>

Reporter Lee Ji-sun쟳
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