PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – The Chinese government plans to ban Battle Royale games

China allows you to copy everything, but it gets awkward with shooting games

Thanks to MMOCulture, we have been able to know that the games in the Battle Royale genre are preoccupied with China because they contain excessive violence and blood. Recently, the regulatory body of the China Audio And Video and Numeral Publishing Association launched an official statement specifically naming PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

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In summary, the article is here to tell us that games in the Battle Royale genre are doomed to have excessive blood and violent content. It also compares this generation with the ancient peasants in the Roman arenas, where the sole purpose of supervision goes against the moral principles of the Republic of China and negatively affects the physical and mental health of young people. Therefore, the regulatory body sent a notice to that effect it will be difficult to approve the launch of the Battle Royale games in China and recommend local businesses that do not develop or publish games. At the same time, they also demanded that many eSports such as streaming platforms do not promote this type of game.

On the other hand, it is known that for weeks there have been rumors that Tencent, one of the largest technology and video game companies in China and the world, has been in negotiations to negotiate an agreement for the Chinese server PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds . Ironically, the regulator has Tencent’s vice president on board along with other senior executives from major gaming companies such as Perfect World and ChangYou, who make up the rest of the committee. It is working in China on at least 30 Battle Royale games, and China’s second-largest game developer, NetEase, is preparing to launch more mobile devices this year. NetEase is already entering the Chinese market with some plagiarism for PUBG, as is the case with Terminator 2 3D.

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As we all know, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has millions of Chinese players. The question we face is: Will China finally start restricting access to these games? version? Want to use this Tencent to try buying Bluehole again when your first event fails?

There is no room for doubt, a strange news that the Chinese do not have any kind of mud to allow copying and plagiarism of anything, (China does not count on a law regulating all this), but with what it refers to meter tiritos in a video, it is placed with restrictions because it violates its moral principles.


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