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  1. I know this is an old thread, but I just wanted to point out the Weighted contest board by Blaise Timtam available on the marketplace. It solves the contest issues in second life.. Well done to Blaise for building a better contest board.
  2. My account went to honored in 4 postings. I dont know how they work. But pointing fingers and making accusations is not helpful. this is a discussion thread and LL has invited commentary. Please dont act like the forum police and discourage people from posting on this very important issue. Everyone is allowed to have an opinion. In my understanding, This is the proper place to post it.
  3. correct me if I'm wrong, but it does not say when in the application process the fee is taken.
  4. daisybloomer wrote: AnKayla wrote: Not too good with these threads but can someone help with this question? I have to pay tier and am not sure if profit share can still be here? I don't want to lose linden I have games from a profit share avatar on my land. Will this still be legal? I am not responsible for it but can they still do the profit share for me? Will I lose their business now ? Going exactly based on what LL's new Second Life Skill Gaming Policy says you would fall under as an "Operator" since you are collecting money from it and your game would classify as a "Skil
  5. A few procedural questions for Linden Lab If I begin the application process and do phase one, and am unable or decide not to complete phase 2, am I out the application fee? When in the process is the fee deducted, only if your application is approved? Will denied applications be charged the fee? Thank you Octavia
  6. Innula Zenovka wrote: Octavia Sorbet wrote: Well this is not really about shooting galleries or chess games, so I don't know what your on about. As has been pointed out by others, this is more about wether the game play has "a material part" depending on chance. Making apples to oranges comparisons is not helping, If you want to talk about Fire Ball, RWP, No Devil, or any other of the popular skillgames that are present in the gamerooms then I will look forward to your input. On the contrary, I think this really is about shooting galleries and chess games. Do you seriously suggest
  7. Innula Zenovka wrote: Octavia Sorbet wrote: . Innula Zenovka wrote: I don't think the attorney is asked to give an opinion about the code, any more than, in RL, your attorney would need to know anything about the code of your online game (or Android app) to be able to tell you if it's a game of skill or game of chance according to local law and your description of the game. All the attorney needs is an explanation of the game, its rules and how it pays out. If it doesn't do what you say it does in the affidavit you've sworn, then LL can take a look at the code and see what's goi
  8. . Innula Zenovka wrote: I don't think the attorney is asked to give an opinion about the code, any more than, in RL, your attorney would need to know anything about the code of your online game (or Android app) to be able to tell you if it's a game of skill or game of chance according to local law and your description of the game. All the attorney needs is an explanation of the game, its rules and how it pays out. If it doesn't do what you say it does in the affidavit you've sworn, then LL can take a look at the code and see what's going on. Hi Innula. This is a virual
  9. How can an attorney possibly form an opinion to the legality of any game without: 1. being a scripter who understands lsl and gaming coding and 2. seeing the source code for thelselves It cant be done. Creatoirs may be able to do this as they have the source. Operators cannot. This is the end of it, its a ban.
  10. Kenbro Utu wrote: Octavia Sorbet wrote: The revenues are incredibly huge, and I'm going to venture a guess that it makes up for at least half of the volume of $linden dollar trading inworld. Probably more. This is where I stopped believing you had anything real to say... Okay! Have a great day!
  11. MartinRJ Fayray wrote: Okay I'm sorry to stop you right there, but this is nonsense. Hi Martin You made several good points, I'm not going to argue them. However I'll just say your basis for comparison for what is a lot of money is relative. A full sim of gaming can have hundreds of games. To compete with established gamerooms there is a myriad of costs. Purchasing a variety of licensed games, add ons, having enough money on hand to pay the jackpots, a staff, a builder, any custom artwork, a greeter bot, other attractions, gadgets, etc adds up and for someone to establish a
  12. Hi Everybody! Ok, after reading all that I can find, and discussing with colleagues, here's my 2c as of this time... The following is my opinion as a legacy gameroom owner, and I may be wrong in any statements I make, this situation is still new, and I am in the same place as the rest of the potential 'operators' waiting to see how all of this will come to pass. This new policy effectively bans skillgaming in sl for the vast majority of current gameroom owners. I will elaborate as to why later in this opinion but first lets look at the impact of skillgaming currently has on the SL grid
  13. Will adult content be allowed on skill gaming sims?
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