The National Press and Publication Administration, which is in charge of licensing video games in the country, has not published a list of approved new titles since the end of July. Photo: Agence France-Presse
The National Press and Publication Administration, which is in charge of licensing video games in the country, has not published a list of approved new titles since the end of July. Photo: Agence France-Presse

China’s video gaming industry on edge as government approval of new game licences remains in limbo

  • The latest freeze in new game approvals in the world’s biggest video gaming market reached 100 days as of Friday, the longest since a nine-month hiatus in 2018
  • Industry regulator the National Press and Publication Administration has not published a list of approved new titles since the end of July

Topic |   Video gaming
The National Press and Publication Administration, which is in charge of licensing video games in the country, has not published a list of approved new titles since the end of July. Photo: Agence France-Presse
The National Press and Publication Administration, which is in charge of licensing video games in the country, has not published a list of approved new titles since the end of July. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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