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Sebastian Schwiddessen

Baker McKenzie

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We Happy Few: An example for appealing Australian classification decisions

Australia - July 10 2018 Australia is one of the few countries where video games are still regularly refused classification (“RC”), even after the R18 rating was finally...


French gambling regulator releases its position on Loot Boxes

France - June 29 2018 Since the loot box debate peaked again in April 2018 with regulatory enforcement action being announced or taken in South Korea, Belgium and the...


German Attorney General: Video game with Swastika does not violate the law; constitutes art

Germany - May 8 2018 On April 30, 2018, the Attorney General Stuttgart decided that a video game which was reported to his office for an alleged violation of the German...


USA: New Loot Box Bill Introduced ...Again

USA - April 30 2018 The worldwide loot box controversy continues. After the Dutch and Belgian Gambling Authorities announced enforcement action on loot boxes this week...


How to publicly show video games or gaming events and eSport in Germany under applicable youth protection laws

Germany - April 25 2018 Germany is one of the largest gaming markets and therefore interesting for organizing eSports events and other publicly shown game presentations...