Not sure if this counts as a bug, or may be just an oversight, but this is a critical issue. Essentially, both Apple and Google (on their respective app stores) require that any app on the store disclose exact odds for the contents of “loot boxes.” The term “loot boxes” is meant to include basically anything that is a random draw of money or in-game currency that is directly obtained via real money.
Scopely mostly complies with these requirements very well, and I applaud them for that. However, two common offers seem to not comply with this requirement:
- Level Up Bag
- Raid Bundle
There may be others, but I’m not aware of them. But, as can clearly be seen in the screenshots below, these offers do not distinguish odds for drawing 3 versus 5 Burts/Bradys and 1 versus 2 Raid Cans/World Cans, respectively. This does not comply with the app stores’ requirements, and also does not conform with Scopely’s excellent transparency with the rest of your offers and other “loot boxes.”
I’m sure this is simply an oversight, or maybe a relic from olden days when odds were not typically disclosed. I simply ask that these odds be disclosed so that customers may be accurately informed as to the likelihood of receiving these items.
Thanks, and to Scopely, feel free to contact my email on file regarding this issue.
attached: 4 screenshots