Tuesday, April 23, 2024
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China has approved 44 new international video game titles for release, marking the first time since last year’s crackdown on the gaming industry. As part of a broader campaign against digital firms, Beijing imposed limits on the amount of time children could spend playing video games in August 2021.

Fresh title approvals were suspended until April 2022, but since then, more domestic titles have been approved. The National Press and Publication Administration, China’s gaming authority, announced the authorization of the 44 imported games, including Pokemon Unite from Nintendo, on Wednesday.


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