A boy plays Honour of Kings, the most popular multi-player online battle game owned by Tencent Games, in Qianxi county, Guizhou province, on Jul. 6, 2017. 06JUL17 SCMP/Simon Song

Homework, not games, the reason why China’s teens go online, games publisher Tencent study finds

Tencent released the findings of the survey ahead of Children’s Day, which falls on June 1 in China. The Shenzhen-based internet giant has been criticised by state media for not doing enough to prevent gaming addiction among the young.

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A boy plays Honour of Kings, the most popular multi-player online battle game owned by Tencent Games, in Qianxi county, Guizhou province, on Jul. 6, 2017. 06JUL17 SCMP/Simon Song
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