China really doesn’t want young people to play online games

China is imposing tighter limits on online gaming for people under the age of 18. An announcement from the National Press and Publication Administration (Google translated) says that beginning September 1, minors will only be allowed to play online games for one hour per day, from 8-9 pm, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and official holidays. 

Players are also required to register with their real names under the rules, and online game companies are not allowed to provide any services, even a “tourist experience mode,” to unregistered users. All online games must also run through the National Press and Publication Administration’s online game anti-addiction real-name verification system, and the “frequency and intensity” of inspections to ensure compliance will also be increased.

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