Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed video games from China App Store to meet deadline for complying with the country’s strict gaming regulations

//Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed video games from China App Store to meet deadline for complying with the country’s strict gaming regulations

Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed video games from China App Store to meet deadline for complying with the country’s strict gaming regulations

Apple removed 39,000 game apps on its China store Thursday, the biggest removal ever in a single day, as it set year-end as deadline for all game publishers to obtain a licence.The takedowns come amid a crackdown on unlicensed games by Chinese authorities.Including the 39,000 games, Apple removed more than 46,000 apps in total from its store on Thursday. Games affected by the sweep included Ubisoft title Assassin’s Creed Identity and NBA 2K20, according to research firm Qimai.Qimai also said…

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By | 2020-12-31T11:19:29+00:00 December 31st, 2020|Technology|Comments Off on Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed video games from China App Store to meet deadline for complying with the country’s strict gaming regulations