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China to impose curfew on child gamers

China to impose curfew on child gamers

The regulation will affect all online platforms available in China and will apply to all minors.
China is imposing a curfew on underage gamers. This is reported by the website Kotaku.

Minors will be restricted from accessing online games at night, weekdays and holidays. So children under 18 will be allowed to play online games on weekdays no more than 90 minutes. On holidays and weekends, it is allowed to play up to three hours.

It is also prohibited to play online games from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. Also, children from 8 to 16 years old will be able to top up the game accounts by no more than 200 yuan ($29) per month, and from 16 to 18 years – 400 yuan ($57).

These measures will be applied to all online platforms available in China. There will be a government system that allows gaming companies to track users’ personal data.

The day before it was reported that a 17-year-old boy was playing on the computer all vacation and died. The child had a stroke. The correspondent also wrote that Donetsk appeared in the new part of Call of Duty.

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