Chinese authorities have banned minors from spending time on computer games from ten in the evening until eight in the morning. They also limited the total number of hours per day for the game.
On weekdays, children are allowed to play 1.5 hours a day, and on weekends – 3 hours. The activity of children will be tracked through special identifiers. Game publishers will be required to require real user names and their contact details when registering. In addition, adolescents under 16 years old can spend no more than 200 yuan per month on in-game items. And users aged 16 to 18 years old – no more than 400 yuan.