A child plays the game Honour of Kings by Tencent. SAPP said it plans to research and upgrade anti-addiction systems, which will include specifics on how much time and money minors can spend in games. Photo: Reuters

No mahjong, corpses or back-stabbing concubines: all you need to know about China’s new video game censorship regime

  • China’s top media regulator is accepting new applications for publishing online games
  • Mahjong, dead bodies, and imperial concubines are to be banned
Topic |   Mobile gaming

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A child plays the game Honour of Kings by Tencent. SAPP said it plans to research and upgrade anti-addiction systems, which will include specifics on how much time and money minors can spend in games. Photo: Reuters
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