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Chinese authorities want to ban Internet games that cause addiction for teenagers


This is reported by the State Administration for Press and Press Affairs of the People's Republic of China in the draft rules for the control of online games.

The office stated that online game publishers should strictly control the time that underage users spend online. In addition, they are required to prohibit entry into games that lead to addiction and contain content that is not suitable for minors.

The agency calls for setting a limit on user expenses in online games and canceling rewards for daily entry. The Chinese authorities also plan to ban large tips as a reward for gamers who broadcast their games live.

Over the past few years, the Chinese authorities have been strengthening their control over Internet games. In April last year, online platforms were required to obtain special permission to broadcast the gameplay. Also, children and teenagers can create an account only after providing their own personal data and the data of the adults responsible for them.