Chinese Government Limits Kids to 3 Hours of Online Gaming

The Chinese government is requiring game houses to modify MMOG’s to restrict under 18 users to three hours productive gameplay per day. This anti-addiction software must be in place within four months, with games not compliant by 15 July liable to be shut down in China. Net9, Shanda and NetEase will be moving to comply with the government regulations. Users will have to register with their real names and Chinese identity card numbers to be allowed access to the games

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