G2A proposes key-blocking tool, requires 100 developers to express interest before production and implementationBy AnotherGills
The current chapter in the G2A fiasco (jump-started by a series of tweets from developer Mike Rose) revolves around G2A’s solution to key fraud.
The latest post on G2A’s official blog, entitled “G2A proposes a key-blocking tool for developers”, explains the company’s plan to appease developers and publishers.
However, there is a catch. G2A requires 100 developers to express interest, with a form available in the blog post. They defend the requirement, stating:
Do you believe the Key Blocker would be effective enough to stop key fraud? And should G2A require developer input before producing their Key Blocker?
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