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In-game app fees face OFT consumer protection crackdown

26 September 2013 Last updated at 12:12 BST

The online gaming industry is being warned not pressurise children into paying for extra features.

Often the games are free, but there are opportunities to buy extras within the games.

The Office of Fair Trading has found some games are using ''unfair'' and ''aggressive'' practices, as Cavendish Elithorn, Executive Director at the Office of Fair Trading explains.

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