Japan To Limit Teens’ Social Game Spending [Headlines]

Japan To Limit Teens’ Social Game Spending [Headlines]
technology

The country's largest game publisher will prohibit spending over the equivalent of $62 a month for children ages 15 and younger and $123 a month for teenagers.

Allie Walker
  • 27 april 2012

Due to concerns from parents about high cell phone bills, Japan’s largest social game publishers Gree and DeNA will limit the amount children and teens can spend on mobile games. Wired

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