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    In-Game End User License Agreement

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    Some games require players to accept a terms of service agreement before playing or connecting to online services.

    Short summary describing this concept.

    In-Game End User License Agreement last edited by bobafettjm on 02/12/23 09:08PM View full history


    An end user license agreement, often called a EULA is a set of rules that players must agree to in order to use a piece of software or specific features of a piece of software.

    Many games contain a EULA in either the manual or while installing, but some games require that players accept an agreement in the actual game itself before the game, or often an online portion of a game can be played.

    There are also some games that may not require the user to accept before using, but still contain the EULA within the game itself.


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