The Parliament of Australia’s website expressed concern that loot boxes are a way of prying more money off of their players. Australia’s Senate passed a motion to investigate the use of loot boxes in videogames. The Environment and Communications References Committee will lead the probe and will report back in September on the recommended course of action, if any. Notably Netherlands and Belgium have recently enacted legislation. To comply with Netherland’s laws, trading of the content of loot boxes was disabled on Valve’s CS:GO and Dota 2. Belgium declared three popular games that contained loot boxes were in violation of their gambling laws.