A US Senator is pushing a bill to stop 'Fortnite' and other games from selling 'loot boxes' to kids —Here's why loot boxes are causing so much panic
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Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri plans to introduce a new bill banning microtransactions in games marketed towards kids.

Titled "The Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act," the bill would prevent the sale of "loot boxes," that contain a random collection of items, and "pay to win" 

Hawley, who has also criticized social media platforms, says the micro-transactions are designed to profit from addiction and compulsive behavior.

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