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State data to be used to limit child gamers in China

Chinese technology giant Tencent is introducing tough new rules to identify under-age gamers, amid a crackdown on gaming addiction in the country.

From mid-September it will introduce a real-name registration system for its Honour of Kings games, which will be linked to China’s public security database.

It will identify children and restrict the time they spend on the game.

The move is the first of its kind in the world’s largest gaming market.

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