Steam Crackdown on Betting Sites

e-Sports is gaining popular globally with games like Dota 2 and CSGO having millions of players. It’s estimated that the industry worth billions of USD overall. As a results of that, betting sites that bets on e-Sports matches such as Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have mushroom all over the internet. This is a cause for concern.

Valve has just announced that they are taking action against these betting sites which utilized Steam OpenID to run the betting businesses.

Read the full text of Steam announcement on this story.

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