Hundreds of Chinese online game companies have vowed to self-regulate and combat user addiction, the country’s state-backed gaming industry association said, falling in line with a government effort to restrict negative influences from entertainment on China’s youth. More than 200 companies — among them China’s largest game publishers, Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc. — promised to go a step beyond the playing limits on youth set by China last month, according to the industry association.
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Author: Doug Isenberg