Paying money for gems to win a desired return is no different to paying money for gambling chips at a casino in order to win a desired amount. Only thing is, a casino clearly by law announces the odds of you winning the desired return.
But with this game, I’m not sure, but they might be breaking the law by taking your money, giving you gems instead of gambling chips, and not letting you know what the odds are of you winning the desired return.
This is gambling with money, there’s no two ways about it. It definitely falls into the category of gambling.
Of course It’s not gambling when it comes to gems acquired playing the game because they were free to begin with, this could be the loophole. But money spent for gems (gambling chips) falls under the rules of gambling for a desired return with no odds posted.
It’s like betting on a horse to win but the bookmaker refuses to tell you what the odds are of that horse winning.
As a player who has financially purchased Gems (gambling chips) for a desired return, you have the right to know what the odds are of you acquiring that which you hope to win.
Does anybody know what the odds are of winning a 5 star hero is if I purchase 300 gems to spin the wheel?