Tencent has temporarily stopped launching or updating apps in China

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China’s Ministry of Information and Technology has temporarily suspended game giant Tencent from launching or updating its apps in the country. As Game developer report (through toll wall South China Morning Post), the measure is being treated as “interim administrative guidance” as Chinese authorities “are said to have handled some of the company’s apps for regulatory violations and user rights violations.” “.

The Chinese government has repeatedly acted against gaming in the past. In 2018, the country refuse to approve new game for about half a year, and just a few months ago, the country’s state media Compare games with drugs for their addictive quality.

It is not clear what has caused the current conflict between Tencent and the government, although Tencent has said it is cooperating with the authorities as its games are still available for download. “We are constantly working to enhance user protection features in our apps and also work regularly with relevant government agencies to ensure regulatory compliance,” the company said. .

We will update this section as we learn more about the situation.

Jason Winter

Jason Winter, News editor
Jason Winter is a veteran game journalist who brings a lot of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media, where he was editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer . He has also professionally written for several gaming websites.

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