China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters) China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters)
China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters)
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How kids in China defy anti-addiction systems to play games: fake IDs and smartphone arcades

  • Fake IDs, smartphone arcades, and pretending to be a grandparent are just some of the ways kids are avoiding China’s strict anti-addiction system for games

Topic |   Gaming
China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters) China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters)
China started regulating access to games for minors in 2007, but kids have been finding ways to dupe the system. (Picture: Reuters)
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