This comment seeks to coherently summarize the broad cultural and legal conversations about loot boxes in the United States video game industry. This Comment argues that existing case and statutory law are sufficient for a court to conclude that loot boxes can have value and are legally equivalent to gambling.
Carl C. Jones,
The Fox in the Henhouse: The Failure of the Video Game Industry's Self-Regulation with Regard to Loot Boxes,
Chap. L. Rev.
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