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Can I use UE4 to create a poker game(for fun, not real money)?

You may not engage in any activity with respect to the Licensed Technology, including as incorporated into a Product, (1) for any gambling-related activities or Products (as defined by law in the jurisdiction of use); (2) for operation of nuclear facilities, aircraft navigation, aircraft communication systems or air traffic control machines, or for military use; (3) in violation of any applicable law or regulation; (4) in which the Licensed Technology is rented or leased; (5) that misappropriates any of Epic’s other products or services; (6) in support of a claim by you or any third party that the Licensed Technology infringes a patent. You also may not sell or grant a security interest in any Licensed Technology.

So the question, again, is can i make a poker, or other gambling games that is played for fun, not real money?

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asked Aug 02 '14 at 01:47 AM in Legal & Licensing

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Considering there Black Jack demo on UE4 marketplace, yes as long as not involve real money gambling. E

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answered Aug 02 '14 at 03:31 AM

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avatar image Alexander Paschall ♦♦ EPIC Aug 06 '14 at 02:12 PM

Shadowriver is correct. No money, no problem. As long as all of the money is purely in the game and not involving real cash transactions, then go for it (This also includes using real money to buy "Game Money" that is then used for gambling). Let us know if you have any more questions or concerns.

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Hi Alexander, Mind to know your mean 'This also includes using real money to buy "Game Money" that is then used for gambling' ? Does it mean if we design a game like poker (play for fun, no real money involved, only points involved), when player finished credit, wish to add more in order to play, then go to store buy some points using real money, then continue to play with the points. Points is no way exchanges back to real money. Will it ok for this case?

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answered Oct 14 '15 at 06:27 AM

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avatar image atypic STAFF Oct 14 '15 at 09:29 AM

Gambling is a complicated legal area and the definition changes depending on where you are, and I can't give you legal advice about it. But it sounds like you are talking about a closed system with no money out, which is ok with us.

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