The new rule did not come out of the left field. Google banned crypto-mining extensions from Chrome Web Store back in April because of "malicious software developers trying to abuse the platform at the expense of users." That is also the reason why the technology giant has decided to implement the same rule for Google Play.
The store will now also ban any app designed to appeal to children but contains forbidden adult themes, most likely to prevent "Elsagate" Apps from multiplying anymore. If you're going to remember, one of YouTube's issues is the spread of disruptive and violent videos that mask like the children's show. Google Play has the same problem ̵
In addition to the two new rules, Google Play will now also ban any app selling explosives, firearms and ammunition. Plus, it takes steps to get rid of low-quality processes with low effort. Apps that rip others without adding any original or something of value, as well as more "similar content and user experience" applications created by the same developer will now get booted. The Play Store will also kick apps that are primarily designed to show ads and those that intend to mislead users by pretending to be something completely different.