Children and young gamers in China rent adult accounts to play video games due to new restrictions

On September 1, the new restrictions of the Chinese government came into force, prohibiting children and adolescents from playing video games for more than three hours a week . Given this, young gamers have chosen to rent other people’s accounts to have access to their video games for more hours.

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Starting this month, Chinese minors can only play for one hour a day , and only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays , from 8 to 9 at night . The measure applies to all devices from which a video game can be accessed: console , smartphone , tablet and PC , among others. On

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