Apple, Google and the UK’s Office of Fair Trading are meeting with the European Commission to discuss complaints and issues surrounding free-to-play games.
The meeting addresses concerns from “all over Europe” regarding games which are free to download but which press the user to make in-app purchases.
“Consumers and in particular children need better protection against unexpected costs from in-app purchases,” said Commissioner Neven Mimica, responsible for consumer policy, in a statement.

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