Recently, Call of Duty Mobile players could not log in to their game with their Facebook account. According to the answer from VNG, the problem lies in Facebook, not in VNG. Players are upset, that’s completely understandable. Because it is the effort and property of gamers.
But even in the event that it is impossible to get your account back, gamers may have to accept “lost”. Because it is force majeure, beyond the ability of both VNG and gamers. In addition, many games cleverly integrate many terms to protect the interests of publishers.
Take for example VNG’s Wild Rift: “The Game is provided to You for entertainment purposes along with Your (entertainment) experiences in the Game; comply with the relevant laws, all virtual items, virtual units, bonus points and Points in the Game are not property, not redeemable for money, payment cards, coupons or other items of value traded outside of the Game; therefore, in the event that Your Game account is deleted and/or the Game is suspended or discontinued altogether (for any reason), all virtual units, virtual items, bonus points, Points The above will also be no longer valid and will be deleted immediately after completing the legal procedures (if any) and VNG has no obligation to refund, compensate any cash or in kind, any cash for You; However, VNG will make every effort to notify you in advance within a reasonable time and have a plan to ensure your interests in accordance with the law.”