In China, underage gamers banned from playing online games after 22:00. In General, the time for the games children and teenagers will be strictly limited to one and a half hours on weekdays.
As writes the edition of DTF, such constraints will act on all available online platforms in China.
What banned? Gamers under the age of 18 is permitted to play online games from 22:00 to 8:00.
In General, during weekdays children and teenagers have been banned from playing for longer than 90 minutes. On weekends and holidays they will have a little more time – up to three hours a day.
In addition, limited and means that underage gamers can transfer their game accounts. Thus, children aged 8 to 16 years will be able to replenish the account only for 200 yuan (29 dollars) per month, and gamers from 16 to 18 years can translate a maximum of 400 yuan (57 dollars).
Also, the Chinese government introduces a system of registration of real names, which allows gaming companies to verify its users ‘ personal information with the national database.
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