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Japan's Computer Entertainment Rating Organisation reopens on May 7th

Japan's Computer Entertainment Rating Organisation reopens on May 7th

Japan's Computer Entertainment Rating Organisation (CERO) will reopen on May 7th.

As reported by Gematsu, the company was closed as a result of Japanese government guidelines surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. The games rating board has been shut for a month.

Upon reopening, CERO will have business hours between 10am and 4pm. Furthermore, the Japanese firm will introduce tele-working in the near future.

Strengthened measures

"The Computer Entertainment Rating Organization was temporarily closed in response to a shelter-in-place request from the governor of Tokyo and a state of emergency declared in response to the novel coronavirus, but upon strengthening our infection prevention measures for employees and examiners, business will resume on May 7," said CERO.


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