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A gamer plays online games at an internet cafe in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, January 23, 2010. China needs no lessons about its Internet from the United States, the head of an online media association said through official media on Saturday after the United States rapped Beijing over information freedom.

China is barring gamers under 18 from playing video games after 10 p.m., a move meant to curb a growing addiction

The strict set of rules will apply to all online gaming companies and platforms that operate in the country.

EA doubled down on loot boxes in games during a hearing with UK lawmakers, comparing them to Kinder Eggs and saying they’re ‘actually quit...

When pressed by members of UK Parliament, an EA executive compared the company's randomized micro-transactions to toys like Kinder Eggs or Hatchimals.

The company behind ‘Fortnite’ told UK lawmakers that the game isn’t addictive, after Prince Harry said it was ‘irresponsible&#...

Months after Prince Harry called the world's most popular game "irresponsible," Epic Games denied that "Fortnite" is intentionally predatory.

It’s official: Singaporeans spend the most time playing video games in all of Asia – skipping out on sleep and meals, study finds

38 per cent of Singaporean gamers would quit their jobs and become professional gamers – if they could support themselves by doing so.
Chinese video game publisher Tencent said young players are using photos of sleeping relatives to try to circumvent the company's new age verification process.

Kids in China are trying every trick in the book to beat the facial recognition software that puts a mandatory time limit on popular video games

Tencent, China's biggest video game publisher, is using facial recognition to put age restrictions on its most popular games.