China limits children under 13 to 3 hours of online games a week
According to the report, we see that the online gaming industry has gained a lot of support, in fact, today’s gamers, both adults, seniors and minors. With regard to minors, it was recently reported that China has issued a new law restricting online gamers under the age of 18 to play for only three hours. Only per week.
Children over the age of 13 but under the age of 18 are restricted to playing online games for one hour only (8-9pm) on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and other designated holidays. By China. The reason they do this is to prevent children from becoming addicted and playing online games until they forget to study. In order to be effective, China has required major game makers to require its gamers to register with their actual identities. In addition to the new law, China has also stated that it will work with parents, guardians and schools to prevent some Chinese youths from becoming addicted to online games and forgetting to study.