They still don't have any proof that the result is really random, as there are absolutely no control. In the end, the main solution is here : if games with RNG mechanics linked (directly or not) to micro transactions are considered as a form of gambling and treated as such, it will imply controls, restrictions, and taxes. And this may already be enough! No easy access for kids, heavy control on rates and stats, announced % even before the purchase, and taxes which are often use for prevention. All in all, this situation may result in a less profitable business, so less choices but I have a good hope that we could get back more quality in future games. At least, if it can stop the rising use of predatory mechanisms, I'm ok for it!