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Vendors should consider developing more learning games, instead of games that serve no purpose other than filling the coffers of game companies. JIN DING / CHINA DAILY A recent announcement from the National Press and Publications Administration in China limits video game playback to a maximum of one hour per day between 8 p.m. and …

Boys play online games outside a market in Luohe city, Henan province. ZHU LIPING/FOR CHINA DAILY Youth addiction targeted as restrictions widen Wu Yanlin, a teacher and mother of a high school student from Wuhan, Hubei province, was delighted to learn that the government was still limiting the time minors can spend playing video games …

[JIN DING/CHINA DAILY] A recent announcement from the National Press and Publications Administration in China limits video game playback to a maximum of one hour per day between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on weekends and holidays. To ensure compliance with the rule, real name verification and facial recognition will be required to access video …

FLORIDA – Educators of all stripes have long recognized the value of presenting information in the form of games. People just seem to retain knowledge or lessons better when learning is fun. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is the latest organization to board the ‘edutainment’ train, with an online sequel of five games …

The gaming industry – and probably children – are not happy with the crackdown. Cut hours The Chinese government has announced tough new limits on the number of minors under the age of 18 who can play video games online, forcing some of the biggest game platform developers to limit availability to just three hours …

China bans children from playing online games for more than three hours a week, the most severe restriction to date on the gaming industry as Chinese regulators continue to crack down on the tech industry. Minors in China can only play between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Fridays, weekends and holidays from September 1, …

Posted: Aug 30, 2021 5:48:19 PM | Update: Aug 31, 2021 11:21:49 Chinese nationals under the age of 18 can spend a maximum of one hour playing online games on Fridays, weekends and holidays. In response to growing concern over gambling addiction, Chinese regulators slashed the length of online games on Monday. The rules, published …

Children and adolescents under the age of 18 in China will only be allowed up to three hours per week to play online video games, according to new rules released on Monday by the National Press and Publications Administration. China. The move is yet another blow to the country’s gaming giants, from Tencent to NetEase, …

To combat gambling addiction, users are restricted to playing games only from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on certain days Chinese regulators on Monday reduced the time gamers under the age of 18 can spend playing online games to one hour of gaming on Fridays, weekends and holidays, in response to growing concerns over gambling …