China’s video game companies vow to boycott overseas platforms and close loopholes for young gamers amid tighter limits

Published Sep 24 2021 at 12:00 PM GMT
  • China’s state-backed gaming industry association and 213 video gaming companies, including Tencent Holdings and NetEase, issued a self-regulation pact on Thursday, pledging to follow Beijing’s mandate to fight video game addiction by filtering unhealthy content and boycotting overseas platforms.
  • In a blog post published on WeChat, the China Game Publishers Association Publications Committee (GPC) published the Online Gaming Industry Anti-Addiction Self-Regulation Convention, with buy-ins from….



  • Published Sep 24, 2021 12:00 PM GMT