PUBG News: PUBG Mobile to Have "Age Limit" in the Game
The leading gaming corporation of China, Tencent, has been in the news for the last 2 years. The smartphone-based product of the company has influenced almost every age category of people. Name it a teenager, an adult, or even an old person, everyone is in love with the PUBG Mobile.
However, as per the latest trends, the passion to get a chicken dinner surges more among the youth of the country. It has been found that young kids (most probably of schools) are attached to the PUBG Mobile.
Considering the same, the governments of various countries are more concerned about the mental as well as the optical health of their future generation.
As of now, the Chinese government has decided to be more strict on this issue. Therefore, two games - 'PUBG Mobile' and 'Honour of Kings' have introduced an "Age Limit" concept where young kids would be under the eyes of the developers - to irradicate the impacts of violence caused in the game.
The game makers have introduced a digital lock system where the kids would be allowed to play only after their parents' permission.
Cool, isn't it?
Last year, there were various steps taken by the company itself like introducing new controls on online games, new release games, and other constraints to reduce the on-screen time.
The latest trend of PUBG Mobile on the Chinese population along with the influence of President Xi Jinping, Tencent has taken some effective measures to regulate the on-screen time spent by the youth.
Added to this, the Tencent has also introduced a real-name identification system for the game 'Honour of Kings' in order to control the screen game time for youths.
It has also been predicted that Tencent soon going to introduce the same in other countries where there has been news coming "kids disturbing their sleep for PUBG Mobile", "school kids spending more time on PUBG Mobile than their books".
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