Two children play video games on a tablet at an airport in Xian, China. Photo: Shutterstock
Two children play video games on a tablet at an airport in Xian, China. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s young video gamers deterred by Beijing’s harsh rules, but loopholes remain, report finds

  • Gamers aged between six and 17 totalled 83 million in China this year, down from 122 million two years ago, according to Niko Partners
  • However, analysts found that more than 80 per cent of parents in China have lent IDs to their children to circumvent game time restrictions

Two children play video games on a tablet at an airport in Xian, China. Photo: Shutterstock
Two children play video games on a tablet at an airport in Xian, China. Photo: Shutterstock
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