Sci & Tech
0

Children, Video Game Issues Upfront

A quarter of the 28 million Iranians who play video games are children under 12 years of age. With most players disregarding the age rating of games, parents are worried about kids getting exposed to violent content in the popular video games
Children, Video Game Issues Upfront Children, Video Game Issues Upfront

A panel discussion on ‘Kids and Video Games’ was held at the ICT Ministry, where local game industry stakeholders and experts discussed the increasing popularity of video games and issues that have become a major concern for most parents.
Almost a quarter of the 28 million Iranians who play video games are children under 12 years of age. With most players inclined towards disregarding the age rating of games, parents are worried about kids getting exposed to violent content in popular video games.
On Friday, ICT.gov.ir reported details of the panel discussions held on Wednesday, during which age rating of games and issues impeding the growth of locally developed games were reviewed.

Premium

Subscribe to the Financial Tribune to continue reading this article or Log in to your account if you are already a subscriber.

Find out more about our subsciption plans here.

Add new comment

Financialtribune.com