Example *Book of Ra slot machines <http://bookofraslotmachines.com> *
it's okay?

2016. január 16., szombat 7:41:25 UTC+1 időpontban drtyharry a következőt 
> Hi!
> Is is considered gambling according to the Google Play policy if an app 
> offers the user a chance to win an award for answering a question? It costs 
> him nothing. I am thinking of an app that would in essence provide such a 
> service to multiple companies so that the infrastructure for such a quiz 
> and offers of the award would be streamlined. It would use GCM. Would that 
> be in the grey area or against the policy? The user doesn't pay anything, 
> he answers a question if he wants to or not if he doesn't and gets a chance 
> to win an award if he does. He also has control over the type of questions 
> and notifications.
> According to policy I understand it might be against the rules, I'm asking 
> as it doesn't make much sense to me why would it be as it doesn't annoy the 
> user and doesn't collect any money from him.
> The policy excerpt: 
> Gambling: We don’t allow content or services that facilitate online 
> gambling, including but not limited to, online casinos, sports betting and 
> lotteries, or games of skill that offer prizes of cash or other value.
> Link: https://play.google.com/about/developer-content-policy.html
> Thank you!

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