JAKARTADAILY.ID – Gaming services and marketplace giant Steam, owned by Valve, has not responded to calls by the Indonesian Ministry of Communications to register after the Ministry blocked access to a number of online services.
While most of the companies have responded after having their services blocked by the Ministry, Valve, the company that owns Steam, Dota, and CS:GO, has responded but has not registered with the Indonesian Ministry of Communications.
“They have responded to the email from Kominfo even though they have not filled out the registration form as requested as a prerequisite for normalization.
Semuel said that the response and goodwill of the "managers of the three games" were very important so that gamers could immediately return to enjoying their services in Indonesia.
"We are optimistic that these three games will be cooperative and will immediately fulfill their obligations so that they can be reopened soon," he explained.
"The United States Embassy in Jakarta is helping to carry out these communications," he concluded.