Facebook has shut down AdyFree ads site’s Facebook account after being accused of violating its community standards.
The Facebook community standards page was also shut down on Monday.
The company also took down AdyaFree, another free-to-play game on Facebook, for violating its policies against hate speech.
Adya is not a free-play app.
The site is a platform for paid adverts, which is how Facebook allows people to advertise on the site.
The game is also called Ady.
A post on the Ady Facebook page stated: “We will be shutting down Adytube and AdyAdy after a number of incidents over the past few days.
Ady has not violated any community standards.”
The post continued: “The community standards are designed to prevent hate speech and harassment.
Adytubes rules are designed for community-based games, not games with ads.”
Adya Free is a free to play game on Ady, the platform for Ady adverts.
A Facebook spokesperson told The Guardian: “Ady is not an ad service and it is not allowed on Adytubes site.”
The company has previously been embroiled in controversy over the removal of a game called Adya, which was shut down for having ads that were in violation of its rules.
The social network recently began removing ads from games after the company faced accusations of targeting games for harassment.