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Sunday, September 5, 2021

Children's Online Game Over in China! Will only be able to play one hour on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; Know everything

Children's Online Game Over in China! Will only be able to play one hour on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; Know everything







China is troubled by children's online gaming.  For this reason he has tightened the rules to keep children away from online gaming.  Under the rules applicable from September 1, children under the age of 18 will now be able to play online games for only three hours a week.  I.e. only one hour on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  If it is a government holiday then that day will get extra.  It will be the responsibility of gaming companies to enforce the new rules.  If he fails to do so, he will have to pay a fine.
What happened in the end that made China so strict on children with online gaming?  Even if the ban is imposed, how will it be enforced?  Can companies stop children from playing online games?  Let's know-


China is the largest video game market in the world.  Over the last few years, the growing addiction of children to online gaming has become a topic of discussion in every major forum, including the government.  Clinics have also been set up in many major cities to break the gaming addiction.  In these clinics children are being removed from gaming addiction with the help of therapy and military drills.






For this reason, the rules have been tightened. According to official media figures, 62.5% of Chinese children are playing online games.  13.5% of them are children who are playing online games on mobile or other gadgets for more than two hours every day.  This is increasing the screen time of children.  The Chinese government has recently imposed similar restrictions on private tuition companies to reduce children's screen time.





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