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Report helps navigate China's game industry regulations and policies
Report helps navigate China's game industry regulations and policies
November 2, 2012 | By Frank Cifaldi




Newsbrief: There's a lucrative video game market in mainland China, but getting your game to its players can be tricky if you don't know how to navigate its murky waters of abstract domestic policies.

Asian video game market research group Niko Partners is hoping to help make that process easier with its new Chinese Games Industry Regulations & Policy Report, which offers an overview of content restrictions, approval processes, necessary operation licenses for online games, and more.

If you've got the $3,500 to spend, the report is available now at its store.


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