Shanghai summons video gaming companies for a lecture as city follows up on government drive to protect minors

More than 20 video games companies based in Shanghai, China’s video gaming hub, have been summoned to a meeting with city authorities on Tuesday as the government’s scrutiny of the industry continues, local media outlet reported.The local authority’s summons comes after the Communist Party’s central propaganda department in Beijing last week called in Tencent Holdings and NetEase, along with other gaming firms, and ordered them to carefully implement a new requirement that limits…


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