China is taking another step in restricting children’s access to games

China is taking another step in restricting children's access to games

Recently, the Chinese government is taking quite serious steps to counteract addiction to games in children. This time it was decided that you cannot become a streamer without the age of 16.

China is making life more difficult for young players

You probably heard about new laws being introduced in China. The Middle Kingdom wants to counteract addiction to games by limiting access to games for children. Now they can play online games only on certain days, at a certain time. More specifically – on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, between 8 PM and 9 PM, which means 3 hours of play per week.

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This time, China is going a step further and the introduced regulations are to limit the ability to stream for younger players. You must be 16 or over to become a streamer, otherwise you will get banned from the youth of this youth. How does the government want to enforce the new law when you can create an account with fictitious data? Well, you cannot in China, because a nationwide, uniform system of player identification has been introduced there.

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