On Sept. 9, Hong Kong’s media South China Morning Post reported that China’s regulators are will be holding the approvals for new online games.
China’s regulators gathered major Chinese video game companies, including Tencent and NetEase, to notify them that they will not be approving new online games for new restrictions on video gaming for minors. Video game companies were also instructed to remove “wrong set of values” such as “worshipping money” and “gay love”.
China’s regulators currently stopped the approval of new online games, which continued from last November to this August. The extent of the approval hold is unclear yet.
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