China-based smartphone manufacturer Oppo has released a new anti-gaming addiction system to limit or strictly controls the expenditure of minors or unregistered users.
Now, games running on the Oppo smartphones with the anti-addiction system will have users input a true name authentication and it's mandatory, news portal GizmoChina reported on Wednesday.
This new system will automatically restrict users under the age of 8 from spending quite 50 Yuan during a single transaction and less than 200 Yuan per month.
Additionally, users over the age of 16 but under 18, can't make one transaction crossing 100 Yuan or 400 Yuan during a month.
Meanwhile, Tencent Games has also announced that it'll be running several game trials to market its anti-addiction gaming policies ranging from this month.
Even the Chinese Government is straining the sport studios, making it harder for brand spanking new game titles from being launched within the country.