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No video diversion rob boxes for buyers under 21, contend due Hawaii bills

Hawaii state Rep. Chris Lee has helped spearhead the legislative bid against rob boxes in his state and others.

The Hawaii state legislature is now deliberation two sets of bills that would umpire games containing randomized in-game object purchases—commonly famous as rob boxes—much like casino games, exclusive minors from squeeze and requiring contingency disclosures and open warnings.

House Bill 2686 and its concomitant Senate chronicle would demarcate retailers (including those that work online) from selling games that embody “a complement of serve purchasing a randomized prerogative or rewards” to anyone under 21 years of age.

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