Article information with potential will be published on the 22nd – Corrective Action for Breach Policy News | news

From the 22nd, the information about the probability points of the games will be published transparently.

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced that starting today, Clause 2 of Article 33 of the Gaming Industry Promotion Law and Article 19-2 of the Implementation Decision of the same law will be implemented and the possibility of random items will be transparently disclosed. .

First Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism John Byeong-gaek gives a briefing on the amendment to the Enforcement Decree of the Gaming Industry Act regarding random items at the Seoul Government Complex in Jongno-gu, Seoul last November 13 morning.  the year.  (ⓒNews 1, unauthorized reproduction and redistribution prohibited)
First Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism John Byeong-gaek gives a briefing on the amendment to the Enforcement Decree of the Gaming Industry Act regarding random items at the Seoul Government Complex in Jongno-gu, Seoul last November 13 morning. the year. (ⓒNews 1, unauthorized reproduction and redistribution prohibited)

The probability-type element information disclosure system is a key initiative in the gaming industry under the Yoon Seok-yeol government's National Task No. 58, “Spreading the Charm of K-Content Worldwide,” and is the first step to protect it. rights and interests of game users;

In addition, it was highlighted as part of a plan to build a game industry ecosystem that will enhance the rights and interests of game users in the 7th People's Livelihood Debate on January 30 on “Digital Coexistence, Protection” by the President. The rights and interests of the people”.

Probable items refer to items that game users can directly or indirectly purchase for a fee, the specific type, effect and performance of which are determined by random factors.

From this date, those who produce, distribute or provide game products (game operators) will, in principle, post the types of odds elements and information about their odds on game products and websites (home pages) so that users can easily find them. (searchable, percentage usage, etc.) should be displayed.

The game management committee operates a monitoring group (24 people) and a dedicated reporting window (report email grac_lbuser@grac.or.kr) to track whether information about random elements is revealed.

If monitoring and reporting reveal a violation of the gaming operator's obligation to publish information on random elements, the Gaming Commission will require rectification in the first instance, and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will issue rectification recommendations and orders in the second instance. and third stages.

Failure to comply with the correction order will subject the person to imprisonment for up to 2 years or a fine of up to 20 million won under Article 45 of the Game Industry Act.

In addition, there is also a dedicated window (grac_lbguide@grac.or.kr) to provide business operators with constant guidance and communication on related systems.

Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Yoo In-chon said. “Disclosing information about random items is an opportunity to restore lost trust between game users and game operators.” He added: “The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will It is best to monitor and take corrective action with the Game Commission to ensure that information about incidentals is properly disclosed.” “He said:

Inquiries: Gaming Industry Content Division, Content Policy Bureau, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (044-203-2444), Games Management Committee Volunteer Support Center (051-720-4256)

Leave a Comment