Android users in regions other than UK, Ireland, France and Brazil will soon be able to find and download real money gaming apps from the Play store. Google has update its program policy allowing apps that “enable or facilitate online play” in 15 additional countries, including the United States, as of March 1. In addition to making gaming apps available on the Play Store, the policy change will also allow users in these regions to run ads promoting real money games.
The new countries covered by the change are: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden and the United States. Of course, Google has a strict set of requirements that developers must meet in order to be able to publish gaming products. To begin with, they must be “an authorized government operator” and have a “valid operating license in the country. specified for the type of online gaming product they wish to offer “.