Chinese developers could be waiting another 4 to 6 months before the country’s block on new game approvals lifts.
That’s according to a government source speaking to The South China Morning Post, changes to video game licensing are likely to take almost twice as long to implement as the two-to-three-month period some analysts were expecting.
The block on game approvals allegedly began back in March. Developers in China need to apply for a license with authorities to release new titles, but a government restructure and reconsolidation has locked down any new approvals.
Whenever game approvals do begin to restart in China, expect them to come with heavier regulations.
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