Good news guys. Opera has made their stance clear in a statement to ZDNET. I have posted a link to the article below to read it in full.
"ZDNet also received a similar statement from Opera, another browser vendor which uses the Chromium codebase.
"We might also consider keeping the referenced APIs working, even if Chrome doesn't, but again, this is not really an issue for the more than 300 million people who have chosen Opera," an Opera spokesperson told us.
This is because, just like Brave, Opera also ships with a built-in ad blocker.
"All the Opera browsers, both on mobile and PC, come with an ad blocker that users can choose to enable," the spokesperson said. "This means that Opera users aren't really exposed to these changes - unlike users of most other browsers."
Further, this ad blocker is very configurable because it also allows users to import custom domain lists, so users can block any advertising domain they want, giving them full control of what types of ads they can see, or not."