Steam starts denying access to Russian users, says website draft5

Steam starts denying access to Russian users, says website  draft5

Like it or not, the world of counter attack Shows real-life events, and main evidence of this is the recent sanctions imposed by several tournament organizers on Russian clubs in support of Ukraine.

However, things seem to be getting worse and worse for the scenario in the region, given the restrictions imposed on Russian users. Steam, information is from nextOne of the main communication vehicles in Eastern Europe.

According to the portal, SteamRequired to access the platform counter attack, is already denying access from Russian users. Other reports suggest that in-store purchases have also been restricted by the US company.

Apparently, the ban will last until further notice, although there is still no official position from its side. valve, Many also believe that such a blockade will continue until Russia withdraws its troops from Ukraine.

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Russia’s strikes against Ukraine were ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24 at 23:57 (GMT). International news agencies reported explosions occurred in several areas, including the capital Kyiv. According to the Kremlin, the military action is intended to fulfill a promise to support the formerly self-declared “Donetsk and Lugansk republics”, and reiterated that it would not completely occupy Ukrainian territory.

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