Wednesday, August 4, 2010

China Gamers Need to Reveal their Real Names

Starting on Sunday 1st August 2010, China's gamers have to use their real names and national ID numbers before playing online, in an effort to reduce juvenile online gaming and tighten supervision over the sprawling industry. This new measure was issued by the Ministry of Culture in China.

"Real Names" Hits Web Game

In the view that China is currently one of the largest market for online browser games, will this new policy impact the browser game industry?

Some young gamers think they don't care; while elder one would have own concern.

What do you think?

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