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Yesterday evening, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) had blocked Steam’s website access on our local service providers. After complying with the Malaysian authority’s request to remove the controversial game, the MCMC has finally lifted the ban this morning and Malaysians should be able to access the software distribution platform by now.
Sam came home after a long day at work. He/she sat down, fired up his/her PC and logged into everyone’s favourite
cough praise Lord Gaben cough software platform Steam, only to find that he can’t access it.
Because Sam isn’t just one person. Sam is nearly every Malaysian who has tried to access Steam recently. But why did our beloved regulator MCMC block Steam?
After Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) blocked access to Steam’s website, it appears that the software platform has finally complied with the commission’s request to make the controversial “Fight of Gods” game unavailable for Steam users in Malaysia.