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GAPP: All Games Must Receive Pre-Approval By June

Sina Games, 1/25/10

Vice-director Sun Shoushan recently reaffirmed that China's General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) is the sole agency assigned by the State Council to oversee online game pre-approval and imported online game approval. Speaking at the 2009 China Game Industry Annual Conference (CGIAC) in Dalian, Sun added that any company that has not yet completed pre-approval for its online games and received an Internet Publishing License by June 2010 may not operate online gaming services.

Editor's Note: For more back ground on the new regulation, please see "China Announces New Online Gaming Regulations" MD 1/20/10 issue.

Keywords: online gaming Sun Shoushan Internet Internet publishing license regulation State Council GAPP CGIAC


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