Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)
Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)

Gamers in Taiwan cut off from Chinese game over controversial Covid-19 term

JX3 is a martial arts MMORPG, but gamers in China and Taiwan are fighting in chatrooms over the term “Wuhan virus”

Topic |   Censorship
Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)
Kingsoft’s Seasun Games was allegedly alerted to the inappropriate terms for Covid-19 after users based in Taiwan sent screenshots of the chatroom. (Picture: JX3)
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