World Of Warships May Be Violating Washington Gambling Laws
If You Or A Loved One Has Spent Money On World Of Warships, You may Be Eligible For Compensation
A popular online video game may be violating Washington State anti-gambling laws, a Kazerouni Law Group investigation has uncovered. World Of Warships, a naval warfare-themed multiplayer online game, is supposedly “free to play” and marketed to children, but is using business tactics more akin to an online casino.
World of Warships allows players to purchase in-game currency using real world dollars, which they can then use to buy special “loot boxes” which may or may not contain rare prizes. The likelihood of obtaining a prize are not provided, and by heavily incentivizing these loot box purchases, including to children, the game may be violating Washington State anti-gambling laws.
If you have spent money on World Of Warships, fill out our free claim evaluation below to schedule a free consultation with our attorneys. Under the Washington State anti-gambling statues, victims may be eligible for a full return of any financial losses, as well as additional monetary compensation as a class representative.