Tron Dogs Controversy | Have Your Profits Been Taken Too?

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Tron Dogs has been blowing up the crypto collectible gaming space as of late. Just recently, Game.com released new features that finally allows players to breed their dogs with other players dogs and the community has been ecstatic. Game.com ran into some controversy and trouble when trying to release their full English version but since was sailing smoothly – until just recently when another Tron Dogs controversy erupted.

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The Tron Dog Community is not happy – there is frustration from not announcing changes before they’re made and misrepresentation of game features. The biggest issue among long-time Tron dog advocates is the fact that they are “testing” a feature of taking a small fee for breeding but it is still shown that breeding is free. A representative from the game, named David, responded to the questions saying:

“We are testing a small fee of half of what extra amount the winner of the higher gtc random prize has over the loser. So if you both split a pot of 80 gtc, and one person gets 41, and the other gets 39, we get 0.5 gtc fee because the winner has 1 extra gtc than the loser.”

Many players responded in the chat saying that there should be some sort of formal announcement saying the free feature had “run out” and they were testing something new. A player by the name of Noah responded, “If it says it’s free, you can also say it’s no longer free just as easy.”

David responded back by saying:

“We said it here and now you know, these are all experimental features we don’t want to make a grand announcement about it on Twitter if they are temporary and under research.”

Still, users of the game are saying far more than just the “small fees” have been taken. If you play Tron Dogs and have been breeding, just a heads up. It seems though that there hasn’t been a lot of individuals coming out of the woodworks about this problem but it may be, that they just haven’t noticed it yet.

I have a pending interview with Game.com’s CEO, @gelert, in which I hope to get some answers straight from the source. I will post our interview once it’s concluded.

It seems that in order to grow, the team behind the project needs to step-up its transparency and communication efforts.

Have you been affected by this Tron Dogs controversy? Or any more you would like to add? Thoughts? Concerns? Voice them below.

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