The surge of online gaming during the pandemic has allowed the far-right to exploit the industry.
A report from crypto investment firm Grayscale estimates revenue from virtual gaming worlds alone could grow to $400 billion by 2025.
The new regulation affects some of China’s largest technology companies, including gaming giant Tencent, as well as gaming company NetEase.
Adding video games would give Netflix another way to build upon the nearly 208 million subscribers that it boasted at the end of March.
Mert Can Kurum, founder of Ruby Games, said foreign investors are showing interest in Turkish gaming companies after its continued success in the US market.
The Japanese gaming giant says net profit hit $3.6 billion, up 91.8 percent from the April-December period a year earlier as sales climbed 37.3 percent to $13.3 billion.
The game was pulled following user complaints of bugs and compatibility. The maker issued an apology and offered refunds to gamers not willing to wait until the issues are fixed.
The consoles go on sale as the pandemic creates a massive spike in demand for gaming from people stuck at home and looking for a way to pass the time.
Microsoft Xbox cloud gaming service has launched in 22 countries with a low price to attract casual gamers who can now play more than 150 games via the cloud on Xbox consoles, Android devices and PCs.
Thousands have attended the four-day international GameX convention in Istanbul, making it the biggest digital gaming and entertainment fair for Turkey and much of the region.
The three-day finals see 32 elite players, distilled from a global pool of 20 million starters worldwide, flexing thumbs and fingers for the prize of a shiny trophy and $250,000 to the winner.
While some objected to the move, others welcomed the move, saying it was critical to identify video game addicts quickly because they are usually teenagers or young adults who don't seek help themselves.
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