As you know, recently the Chinese government has ordered tougher policies against gaming addiction for minors in this country. As one of the largest companies in the virtual world industry in a country of billions, after the announcement of this policy, Tencent received more attention. Therefore, when there was news that underage players were posing as adults to play until the morning, Tencent immediately carried out a verification.
It all started with a screenshot with the content “60-year-old woman playing Royal Glory until 3 am, won a penta-kill” that went viral on Chinese social media. After 3 days of investigation, today (Sep 9), Tencent has officially confirmed that the player is an elder, not a minor.
The aforementioned player is known to have passed 17 facial recognition tests. However, netizens are still skeptical of this result, with many suspecting that minors asked adults to identify them to bypass Tencent’s identification system. Of course, this is entirely possible, but the publisher does not have the authority to investigate further, so we have to temporarily accept this result.
Under China’s new anti-gaming policy for minors, players under the age of 18 in the country can only play on Friday, Saturday, Sunday or New Year’s law holidays. Also, the game time per day cannot exceed 1 hour.
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