So essentially they explicitly allow russian players to use a VPN while banning european players who want to do the same.
the trick is if we use VPN to get prices in rubles , due to exchange rate and value of money , it would be cheaper for us to buy in rubles , hence it s forbidden. but it s perfectly allowed the other way around , despite gaijin rules.
Enjoy (i m making this available to a broader attention , but since i ve been accointed to the local population , i will just leave and not comment on that post. )
I don’t see anywhere in the text where they are explicitly allowing Russian players carte blanche use of VPNs.
It says that services are unavailable to users with IPs that originate in Russia, and therefore are unable to purchase items in the store using Russian rubles. It then warns that using a VPN to change your region may result in different pricing policies.
If an entire region (country) of players are being blocked by Gaijin’s network provider, then it’s understandable that Gaijin may (at their discretion) allow players from that region to use a VPN as a temporary measure to complete purchases.
That’s the way I read it too. I’m pretty familiar with lawyer-speak, unfortunately, and I don’t read a conspiracy in this. I like conspiracy theories, myself, but I can’t seem to twist this into one. I would if I could, just for the sake of argument, but the language is clear.