Chinese gamers could need to soon use their real names in China’s mad popular battle arena mobile-game, Honor of Kings.
Ten-cent, that publishes the game, is set to introduce real name enrollment because of government campaign against gaming addiction, reports Reuters. That dependency can result in myopia — short sightedness.
Known as part of Valor in international markets, Honor of Kings is a portable game where two teams of five battle it out over the device, controlling personalities with a large array of distinct skills in a effort to destroy the enemy base. It’s been ported over into the Nintendo Change .
With more than 200 million registered players, it’s not exactly the first time Honor of Kings has become government trouble. Last year, the game used a guideline to limit the daily playing period of kids and teenagers, then talked about the chance for adding more time should they finished errands. Honor of Kings is really popular this one parent named their baby daughter after having a character out of the game.
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