How to cosplay as a badass in Google Play for $100 per year
How to get a Google Play account and all the perks for a badass cosplay?
Thats exactly what a fan of the gaming site Kotaku did, and it’s all about to change.
The gaming site’s community manager was recently asked by Google Play if Google could provide the $100 monthly payment for cosplayers to do whatever they wanted, according to the post on the Kotaku forums.
The response was immediate, and Google quickly backed off the request.
A Google spokesperson told the site, “Google is committed to supporting gamers and their content.
We are currently evaluating this request and will share any response with our community.”
The Kotaku request to Google to offer the payment came as a result of a complaint filed by a former Kotaku employee.
According to Kotaku, the former employee, who went by the username “KotakuCandy,” claims that Google refused to make the payment because it felt that it was a breach of Kotaku’s contract.
The KotakuCannon post is one of many recent articles on Kotaku in which Kotaku Candy has written about the company’s refusal to honor the $25 annual subscription.
Kotakucandy has also spoken out against Google Play in a series of tweets, including one that reads, “Why can’t you just put your ads where your customers want them?”
Google’s spokesperson told Kotaku that it “hasn’t received any of those complaints.
Google is always open to listening to community feedback on how it can improve the experience for our customers.
The most important thing to us is to make sure we’re providing the best gaming experience possible, and we’re working on that.”
Google is currently reviewing the Kotakucannon post to see if there are any further complaints, the Kotkaku spokesperson said.
KikakuCookie told Kotakugan that Google should “consider a refund and a change in policy.”