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

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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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