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China Limits Children Playing Online Games, Maximum 3 Hours Per Week

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GridGames.ID – The Chinese government has again imposed strict restrictions on the rules for playing online games for children.

This regulation restricting children from playing online games aims to eradicate the rampant cases of online game addiction in the country.

The Chinese government seems to want to create a better digital ecosystem for children and adolescents.

Also Read: Research Reveals Online Games Can Reduce Stress During a Pandemic

Children and teenagers under 18 years old in China are only allowed to play games for a maximum of 3 hours in 1 week.

Then, they are only allowed to play games every weekend, namely Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and national holidays.

Children and teenagers in China are also only allowed to play at a predetermined time, which is 20.00 to 21.00.

Also Read: Government Supports Online Games Made in Indonesia to Go International

In addition to making restrictions on the duration of playing online games for children and adolescents, China is also pressuring big online gaming companies to make similar policies.

Curious about the Chinese government’s demand for online gaming companies? See the explanation on the next page.

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