Are you expecting to receive payment from a game?
If so, I’m sorry, you’ve been scammed.
As you’ve discovered, NOBODY is paying you big money just to play games or watch videos. Feel free to play those games if you find them fun (some people do) but do not play them expecting to ever get paid.
And, report games to Google using this process:
That way, Google becomes aware of them and can work on taking them down.
There are, literally, millions of apps available in the Google Play Store. Google tries to find the bad ones and remove them but they can’t catch them all.Well seeing how apple is in a court battle right now with epic games over them created an alternate way to bypass apple to avoid paying that 30% fee to apple for paid subscriptions it goes to show that apple along with google can stop these problems fast. Yes they make shit cents for these adds but it adds up fast and they can pay it out. Because hell so many people actually play these games daily. Most ppl dont actually take the real time to one stay steady or consistent enough to cash out or they stop playing for a while and they lose what they had. Its a small hand full of people who actually stay the course and spend the time to actually watch the video ads required.. what apple, google, paypal and cashapp need to start doing at least apple and google. They should act like a clearinghouse to these games and have these games already deposit a set amount into an account set aside for payments and when apple and google notice in increase in user activity jist like Robinhood had to halt trades and pay 3 billion to its clearinghouse to start trades back up of gamestop and other memes stocks they should do these companies like that. These companies advertise they got all this money or they can afford to pay it then get the money in advance or just dont put them on the ios or google platform or if u do put them on the platform make sure they don’t advertise real cash payouts etc etc. Apple and google can most definitely curb this rhetoric of b******* seriously it’s their platforms.