Following IGN India’s report on fake PS5 games being sold on Amazon India, the company finally responded to our request for comment. Interestingly, he claims he would remove sellers who sell counterfeit products. We wonder how that would work when the seller in question is Cloudtail, in which Amazon has a significant stake. Still, the e-commerce giant says it has significant investments in machine learning and automated systems to prevent fake PS5 games from being sold. .
It seems deaf when the reason is Amazon’s lax return policy, as we pointed out in our report. All the software engineers, applied scientists, program managers and investigators employed by the company mean nothing when fake games returned by unscrupulous customers (while they pocket genuine games to resell them later) make their way. towards the rest of us who actually want to play video games.
All of this is made even worse by a statistic revealed by Amazon that 99.9% of all products viewed worldwide do not have a valid infringement complaint. Sources familiar with the company’s operations in India tell us there are many more complaints here and Amazon India is slow to respond. Amazon accounts for around 20 to 30 percent of the Indian console game market and is considered the top spot for video game purchases. However, he doesn’t take the business as seriously as he should.
A popular example in the games industry, we are told, is how Sony and several game publishers had to get involved globally to force Amazon India to remove sellers peddling PS accounts that were against the terms. use of the manufacturer of PlayStation and to a legal gray area following a report on Mako’s reactor. Nonetheless, here is Amazon India’s full answer: