Login
Логин:
Пароль:
Регистрация  :  Пароль?  :  Закрыть
Рекомендуем так же посмотреть фильмы и не забудьте о шаблоны dle на нашем ресурсе скачать аниме у нас на портале
Home Contact Advertising RSS

PUBG MOBILE NEED TO REQUIRE PARENTS PERMISSION TO PLAY UNDER AGE 13

Опубликовано : 30-04-2019, 04:22 | Категория: Business news   
0
(голосов:0)

PUBG MOBILE NEED TO REQUIRE PARENTS PERMISSION TO PLAY UNDER AGE 13

 

PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds (PUBG), a multiplayer online battle, developed and published by PUBG Corporation, has become one of the most popular games on iOS and Android platforms.
Despite the success, the game has a darker side, which has caused alarm in both India and China. PUBG Mobile, according to reports, has a negative effect on the mental health of players. This also led to low academic grades for students. After a serious reaction, the game developer finally talked about the problem and said that she was working on creating a healthy and balanced game environment.
PUBG decided to implement digital locking for its users under 13 years old. The digital blocking system will block players under the age of 13, and they will have to ask their guardians or parents to open the game for them.
"Tencent continues to double the restrictions on access to some games in China for younger players, this time with a digital blocking system that blocks players under the age of 13," reports gamesindustrybiz.com.
The Delhi Commission for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (DCPCR) had previously issued an advisory guide on games such as PUBG, and stated that it has a detrimental, negative and negative effect on the brain of children.
"There are several games in which children can kill zombies or drive vehicles at great speed. These games are full of misogyny, hatred, deception and revenge, and this can negatively affect their brains, ”the report says.
The government of Gujarat also banned the popular mobile game PUBG in primary schools. Some academic institutions claim a direct relationship between violent play, such as PUBG, and the mental health of children.
In China, Tencent Games began using technologies such as face recognition and player ID checks to determine the age of players. Earlier, in 2017, PUBG Mobile imposed restrictions on minors, such as restricting access to their games for them just one hour a day.






Пожожие новости
  Losses of shares of Boeing Co in two days exceeded 20 billion dollars, since on Tuesday more and more countries,
What game is the most tired of playing on different console platforms? Use different controllers. Of course, you should take it
After launch Discord switched to the development of an application that is designed to replace for gamers the familiar command
The World Bank estimates that the cash flow from working migrants to developing countries last year was $ 440 billion. Which is
  While unmanned aerial vehicles in the United States will not start delivering packages on regular routes for several
Комментарии

Name:   E-Mail:  


Code:
reload, if the code cannot be seen

Enter a code: