In video games, you explore unfamiliar worlds and experience intricate stories. There are always new things to discover, vast places to conquer, and different characters to meet. It’s a whole different sphere; no wonder the gaming industry in Australia is now worth $3.4 billion. We love video games! And with varied games like Minecraft, Candy Crush, and Fortnite, it’s enticing to get lost in a world of gaming. But what if the game is playing you?
Today, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has made the case that EA has not been doing the right thing. By denying customers entitled to refunds, EA has been in breech of the Australian Consumer Laws (ACL). "We Stand By Our Games. If you don't love it, return it." is the promise made by the world’s third largest publisher and developer of video games, Electronic Arts known as EA, who run the Origin video game distribution platform.