A year ago, the Chinese government introduced strict bans on playing video games among children under the age of 18 to prevent video game addiction and set them to three days a week, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And on Sundays, online video games were only allowed from 8 to 9 p.m.
A year after the ban, the top government committee of China’s video game industry and data provider CNG released a very encouraging report on Monday. The report found that video game addiction is largely curbed by government-mandated gaming hours, with more than 75 percent of teenagers playing less than three hours a week. Play video games.