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China to Ban Online Gaming to Minimize Contact with the Outside World

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The Chinese Communist Party will be introducing new laws that ban online gaming in order to curtail contact with individuals outside of the communist regime.

This revelation comes only days after Animal Crossing: New Horizons was removed from sale in the country. 

The Chinese Communist Party is said to be unhappy that Chinese players are able to engage in unregulated spaces for socialization in these games.

Consequently, new laws are being created to “expand the scope of online censorship in video games,” and prevent players from interacting with gamers in the rest of the world.

Curated from Video Gamer

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