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October 16, 2021

Calls companies to protect children

China ramps up pressure against online gaming operators

China ramps up pressure against online gaming operators
The Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China told 26 online gaming operators to rectify violations ranging from running banned games to failure to use real-name registrations.
China | 08/31/2016

The Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China told 26 online gaming operators to rectify violations ranging from running banned games to failure to use real-name registrations.

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mong them, 16 groups provide online games that involve pornography, gambling and content “against social ethics,” the ministry said on Monday.

Other violations include failing to informing the public ahead of suspensing a game or taking measures to prevent minors becoming addicted to their games. 

Online gaming operators must prevent minors from playing too long, by measures such as reducing or even invalidating their in-game gains after a certain number of hours.

 

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