In Hawaii, there are currently three bills in consideration that seek to limit video game sales or regulate the gaming industry. One, SB3024, seeks to prohibit anyone under age 21 from buying a game that lets you buy loot boxes or purchase something that could be redeemed for a loot box. Another, HB2727, would require a warning label on games with loot boxes that says, “Contains in-game purchases and gambling-like mechanisms which may be harmful or addictive,” as well as information about the probability rates of randomized rewards. That bill and a final one under consideration, HB2471, would establish a government department charged with overseeing the gaming industry and regulating it as necessary. Read More on TheHill.com