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China limits minors' access to online videogames to 3 weekly hours

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Shanghai, China, Aug 30 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: EFE/EPA Archive). China announced Monday it would limit minors' access to online gaming to about three hours a week to prevent them from "surrendering" to videogames.ARCHIVE FOOTAGE.

Added on the 30/08/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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