On the Terms Group Settings page, you can work to create Terms of Service Groups (L) that will be applied to games. This includes creating Terms of Service Groups (L) and configuring each Terms of Service Combination (M) and country for the Terms of Service Group (L).

This is the first list page of the Group/ Combination Management page.

Terms of Service Group (L)

Configures the Terms of Service Group (L) in the leftmost Terms of Service Group (L) tab. You can configure terms of service according to the information of the country where the game will be serviced by combining pre-made Terms of Service Combinations (M). You must specify Terms of Service Combinations (M) only for the countries in which the game that you want to use these terms of service serves.

Country Combination

In the second Country Combination tab, you can specify the country to serve in the company value you are currently selecting in the console. If serves four countries: South Korea, USA, Japan, and China, the country code must be registered in advance. Then, when you create a Terms of Service Group (L), you optionally assign Terms of Service Combinations (M) only to the countries in which the game that uses those terms serves. You can also create a set of countries for compliance with legislation that is common in many countries in certain regions, such as GDPR and COPPA. In other words, you usually have to display one Korean terms of service in South Korea, but in many European countries that follow the GDPR, the term of service should be exposed in multiple languages in multiple countries when used. In this case, you can use a country combination that combines two or more countries.

Terms of Service Combination (M)

On the third Combination of Terms (M) tab, you can create Terms of Service Combinations (M) to form Terms of Service Groups (L). The terms of service written here are the pages that are actually exposed to the users, and one Terms of Service Combination (M) corresponds to one country combination (country code). This is where you can write the terms of service for Korea and USA, combine them to create a Terms of Service Group (L).