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Children in China limited to 3 hrs of video games a week

In China, children will be limited to three hours of online video games a week. Young people will...

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15.41 31 Aug 2021


Children in China limited to 3 hrs of video games a week


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15.41 31 Aug 2021


In China, children will be limited to three hours of online video games a week. Young people will only be allowed to play on their consoles between 8 and 9pm on Fridays, weekends and on public holidays. What do you think of the idea? Andrea chats to John Reilly, Founder & Editor of theEffect.net and regular gaming contributor to Newstalk's Tech Talk, and hears from listeners

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