ThisGenGaming says: "You’ve all heard about the recent internet outrage at EA’s money-making schemes for Star Wars: Battlefront II. And more recently, you might have heard the Belgian government was investigating if games that allowed you to pay for random items with real world currency don’t constitute as “gambling”. This does raise the question if it’s only the games with lootboxes that should fall under scruteny. After all, there are entire games that are built around people spending money to have a better chance at winning than their opponents. The first type of game that comes to mind are Trading Card Games (TCG)..."