When lootboxes were declared as gambling in Belgium after a court ruling, most major developers disabled the ability to buy them in games like Overwatch and CS:GO for that region. EA, however, did not change anything for FIFA 18, which notably has lootboxes. This hasn't gone unnoticed by Belgium government officials, as it appears that they've sent a warrant to EA to force them to comply, and are in the process of getting prosecutors to carry out an official investigation against the giant gaming company. Belgium's Gaming Commission wishes to pursue a legal case, if EA refuses to back down, which is a potential outcome, as EA believes that lootboxes are not a form of gambling. FIFA 19 is set to release later this month, as well, and it will have a form of paying for lootboxes.