My company's web traffic filter got an update this afternoon that blocks sites categorized as "Games", which includes CAG, GameFAQs, Xbox.com, Twitch and Mixer. The security guys were caught off-guard by this, but I don't know if it will change. If it doesn't, this will prevent me from posting deals here on Mondays, since I'm usually at the office late deploying a new weekly build to our testing environment. The XB1 web marketplace still appears to be accessible, since it's hosted on microsoft.com, so I should be able to do a scan. If things don't change, I could potentially email it to someone to post, or you guys may have to wait for StoreParser (if it works) or another scanner like TA to pick up on the deals.
What doubly sucks is that the blocking is done by the computer and not the network, so my work laptop, which serves as my primary surfing machine at home, can't access the sites anywhere.
If you pay real money, do you get what you want or does it buy a chance through an RNG loot box? If it's direct purchases, maybe they think this is better compared to Battlefront II.
My soon to be former employer just implemented this on PCs too, so even if on your home network you are block, kind of silly, or really silly.
Hopefully you can figure out something because your hard work is appreciated.