Apple is removing tens of thousands of games from its iOS App Store in China to comply with the country’s strict regulations, which require paid games to have a licence. Photo: AP
Apple is removing tens of thousands of games from its iOS App Store in China to comply with the country’s strict regulations, which require paid games to have a licence. Photo: AP
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Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed video games from China App Store to meet deadline for complying with the country’s strict gaming regulations

  • Apple is removing tens of thousands of apps from its China store after giving publishers until December 31 to comply with licensing requirements
  • Video games remain tightly regulated in China, where paid mobile games require approval from authorities

Apple is removing tens of thousands of games from its iOS App Store in China to comply with the country’s strict regulations, which require paid games to have a licence. Photo: AP
Apple is removing tens of thousands of games from its iOS App Store in China to comply with the country’s strict regulations, which require paid games to have a licence. Photo: AP
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