China bans children from late-night gaming to combat addiction  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News

China is imposing a curfew on online gaming for minors, the government has announced.China is imposing a curfew on online gaming for minors, the government has announced.

China imposes video game curfew for minors - MyJoyOnline.com

China has announced drastic curfew measures on children in an attempt to curb video game addiction in the country. Gamers under the age of 18 will be banned from playing online games for more than 90 minutes on week days and will be forbidden from playing between 10pm and 8am. On weekends and public holidays they will be allowed to play up to three hours per day.China has announced drastic curfew measures on children in an attempt to curb video game addiction in the country. Gamers under the age of 18 will be banned from playing online games for more than 90

China bans children playing video games for more than 90 minutes a day or at night | The Independent

China is imposing a curfew for minors to curb online gaming addictions, in an attempt to “protect the physical and mental health of minors.China is imposing a curfew for minors to curb online gaming addictions, in an attempt to “protect the physical and mental health of minors.

China imposes curfew on under-18s playing online video games 

“I’m fascinated to see how this plays out. Imagine if this was enforced in the US? China is imposing a 10pm - 8am online gaming curfew for minors https://t.co/G87ZWbJMiV”

Taylor Freeman on Twitter: "I’m fascinated to see how this plays out. Imagine if this was enforced in the US? China is imposing a 10pm - 8am online gaming curfew for minors https://t.co/G87ZWbJMiV"

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China Will Enforce Video Game Curfew for Minors: In fear of addiction.In fear of addiction.

China Will Enforce Video Game Curfew for Minors | HYPEBEAST

China's government has set time restrictions for video game users under 18, forbidding them from playing video games between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. and mandating weekday limits of 90 minutes.They'll also only be allowed to play 90 minutes on weekdays.

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Gamers Under the Age of 18 Now Have a Gaming Curfew in China – Fortune

The Chinese government is putting new rules and regulations in place to limit young people's gaming habits.The Chinese government is putting new rules and regulations in place to limit young people's gaming habits.

China Is Cracking Down On Online Gaming Over Fears Young People Are Addicted - GameSpot

The issue of whether young people spend too much time in front of screens is a common concern around the world, especially in China where officials have introdu...The issue of whether young people spend too much time in front of screens is a common concern around the world, especially in China where officials have introdu...

China to curb gaming addiction by imposing time limits on younger players | Engadget

China imposes limits on play hours and the expenses of minors, in orders to combat video game addiction among the Chinese minors.China imposes limits on play hours and the expenses of minors5 (100%) 1 vote Over the past year, we have read many reports about the ...

China imposes limits on play hours and the expenses of minors

China sets rules for young gamers: 90 minutes a day - Israel National News

China has put forth new rules dictating how much and when children under the age of 18 are allowed to play games, as well as how much they can spend.China 's government outlines new rules on how much and when kids under 18 can play video games.

China Sets Video Game Addiction Rules For Young Gamers

China’s official government guidelines will be applied to all gaming platforms across the country, including the popular TencentChina’s official government guidelines will be applied to all gaming platforms across the country, including the popular Tencent

China has a new curfew for playing video games. It is meant to stop addiction - Deseret News

The six guidelines were announced in infographic form, and they're all written in Chinese -- since most reliable translation services are not yet able to transcribe images, credit goes to CNN for providing the information in plain English.The six guidelines were announced in infographic form, and they're all written in Chinese -- since most reliable translation services are not yet able to transcribe images, credit goes to CNN for providing the information in plain English.

China announces online gaming restrictions for Chinese youth - TechSpot

Curfews and time limits are getting stricterCurfews and time limits are getting stricter

China institutes new game curfews limiting kids to 90 minutes a day | PCGamesN

Users under the age of eight have also been prohibited from playing games that require payment. The rule was launched by Beijing this week to curb prevalent gaming addiction.Users under the age of eight have also been prohibited from playing games that require payment. The rule was launched by Beijing this week to curb prevalent gaming addiction.

China bans children from playing video games for more than 1.5 hours a day | Daily Mail Online