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China bans under-18s from playing online games for more than an hour a day

Online games and celebrity culture are the latest targets in the ruling Communist Party’s campaign. Rules that take effect Wednesday cut the amount of game time children are allowed by more than two-thirds to three hours a week. The rules add to a drumbeat of initiatives under President Xi Jinping that are aimed at cajoling or forcing the public.
3 months ago|China

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China Slashes Kids’ Gaming Time to Just Three Hours a Week

(Bloomberg) -- China will limit the amount of time children can play videogames to just three hours most weeks, a dramatic escalation of restrictions which dealt a blow to the world’s largest mobile gaming market, as Beijing signaled it would continue a campaign to control the expansion of large tech companies. Gaming platforms from Tencent Holdings Ltd. to NetEase Inc. can only offer online gaming to minors from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays, wee…

3 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
Times of India
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China cuts amount of time minors can spend on online games

Online gaming companies will be barred from providing gaming services to them in any form outside those hours and need to ensure they have put real name verification systems in place.

3 months ago|Mumbai, India
BBC News
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China cuts children's online gaming to one hour

Regulators are restricting game-playing for under 18s to an hour on Fridays, weekends and holidays

3 months ago|United Kingdom
The Guardian
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China cuts amount of time minors can spend playing video games

Under-18s will be allowed to play online games for one hour on Fridays, weekends and holidays

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
Reuters
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China cuts amount of time minors can spend on online games

SHANGHAI - Chinese regulators on Monday slashed the amount of time players under the age of 18 can spend on online games to an hour of gameplay on Fridays, weekends and holidays, in response to growing concern over gaming addiction, state media reported. The rules, published by the National Press and Publication Administration, said users under the age of 18 will only be able to play

3 months ago|United Kingdom
News18 India
News18 India

China Cuts Amount of Time Minors Can Spend on Online Games

Chinese regulators on Monday slashed the amount of time players under the age of 18 can spend on online games to an hour of gameplay on Fridays, weekends and holidays, in response to growing concern over gaming addiction, state media reported.

3 months ago|India
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China is limiting the amount of time youth can spend playing video games

China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a stringent social intervention that it said was needed to pull the plug on a growing addiction to what it once described as 'spiritual opium.'

3 months ago|Toronto, Canada
Global News
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China limits children to no more than 3 hours of video games a week - National

Video game companies will be punished if they allow minors to play online outside specific hours, China says.

3 months ago|Toronto, Canada
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China cuts time minors can spend on online games

To address gaming addiction, users restricted to play games only from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on specific days

3 months ago|India
NDTV
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3 Hours A Week: China's New Rules For Children Playing Video Games

China has forbidden under-18s from playing video games for more than three hours a week, a stringent social intervention that it said was needed to pull the plug on a growing addiction to what it once described as "spiritual opium".

3 months ago|New Delhi, India
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