China sets 3-hour weekly limit on online gaming for minors

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This Monday (30) China announced that it would be reduced three hours a week The time when a minor can play online games in the country. The new restrictions only allow them to play on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 8 pm and 9 pm. Players will be able to play for 1 hour every day of the week during the school holidays.

The rules come in place to prevent them (underage) from becoming “addicted” to online games. The country has also contacted game developers to help enforce the ban, and measures include the registration of official documents and even facial recognition.

This is not the first time that China has banned online gaming. Before the new measure, minors could only play 1.5 hours during the week and Three hours On holidays. Seema also prevented him from playing between 10 pm and 8 am.

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a Tencentowners or majority partners of companies, such as epic gameshandjob blizzard, activism, Garenahandjob riot, among others, already has limited time for some of its games, and even uses facial recognition to deter minors. Notably, the initial restrictions are only for online gaming.

Minors can only play online games for 3 hours a week. (image: slashgear)

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