The creators fritupleynaya MOBA-shooter Super Monday Night the Club decided to close the project. Uber Entertainment has proven to be profitable to support the game after the entry into force of the GDPR — regulation on protection of user data, which will be operational in the EU since may 25.
Representatives of the Studio announced that the multiplayer game system does not meet the requirements of the GDPR and its processing will cost more than they can afford.
The developers have promised players a “farewell party” for which will give each user a Super MNC $10 thousand in-game currency.
The game server will go offline on may 24, the day before the entry into force of the regulations of the European Union.
According to the service Steam Spy, a number of owners Super Monday Night Club on Steam has up to 2 million people.
General Data Protection Regulation
Regulation GDPR applies to all companies processing personal data of citizens and residents of the European Union.
It imposes restrictions on the amount of data collected and the retention period and commits the company to protect this information from third parties.
For violation of the law companies can be fined up to €20 million or to recover to 4% of annual turnover.