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Protests from players of Chinese internet role-playing games have forced Beijing to rethink plans to introduce an anti-addiction system that would limit the time the players spend in online fantasy worlds.

Zhou Donglei, director of business development and investor relations at Shanda Interactive Entertainment, a Nasdaq-listed games company, said the government had “backed off” after fierce complaints from players.

FT: China Re-Thinking Anti-Addiction System for Online Games (SNDA, NTES, SOHU, NCTY)
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