If nobody loses money from playing their casino games, how could the government consider regulating them? That’s part of the stance of a new coalition of social casino gaming companies that want to prevent the seeds of regulation before Washington gets any big ideas.
Free-to-play games are unregulated, and some of the companies that make them would like to keep it that way.
For most game developers, governmental regulation is a non-issue.* But the studios behind social casino games claim they’re under pressure from foreign policymakers and are going on the offensive.