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Chinese Government steps up 'anti-gaming' measures Spong.com has posted a report on efforts being taken by China's already anti gaming government to take restrictions even further. You might not be aware of this, but the ever-autocratic Chinese government has had a system in place since last August preventing individuals from playing online games for more than three consecutive hours. The system, by law, is installed in every online game in the country. It works by cutting the ability level of a player's online game character by half after he or she has played for more than three consecutive hours. After five consecutive hours of play, the system cuts the ability level of that player's character to the lowest level allowed by the game. Players have to log off for a minimum of five hours before the system resets. Read the rest of this report at Spong.com.

Chinese Government steps up 'anti-gaming' measures

Spong.com has posted a report on efforts being taken by China's already anti gaming government to take restrictions even further.

You might not be aware of this, but the ever-autocratic Chinese government has had a system in place since last August preventing individuals from playing online games for more than three consecutive hours.

The system, by law, is installed in every online game in the country. It works by cutting the ability level of a player's online game character by half after he or she has played for more than three consecutive hours. After five consecutive hours of play, the system cuts the ability level of that player's character to the lowest level allowed by the game. Players have to log off for a minimum of five hours before the system resets.

Read the rest of this report at Spong.com.

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