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Gambling-like elements in many video games, commonly called loot boxes, have been a concern among social workers and gamers like myself for many years now.
So it is reassuring when the Ministry of Education (MOE) told The Straits Times earlier this month that primary and secondary school students will be getting resources to teach students about the "dangers of loot boxes" from next year.
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