China Bans Blood, Corpses, Mahjong, and More With New Video Game Restrictions. By Eric Garrett - April 22, 2019 09:11 pm EDT. Share 0 Comments. 0; Many countries around the world implement.
China ban on online poker. It's already being called the 'Chinese Black Friday' as the government cracks down on social online poker games. Tenchet Poker will be removed from app stores on June 1. The Chinese Government has announced that as of June 1 all apps that offer online poker games will be banned. Google Play, WeChat and the Apple Store will be required to remove all poker apps and.
China is banning online poker, according to information from the pokerdicas website in Brazil. The Chinese government announced that as of June 2018, poker sites and applications have not been.Poker’s popularity has also been boosted by big tournament poker hosting live events in China, and this has now expanded to the mainland as well, with the Asia Pacific Poker Tour making Beijing one of its stops now. (6) The authorities did permit this of course, which may be a sign that they are loosening up a little anyway as technically speaking this event would be against the law if they.China’s mission to ban poker apps doesn’t appear to have any end in sight. This is the second major move they’ve made in less than six months’ time, and the government seems determined to prevent its citizens from playing online poker. Of course, Chinese players can still use alternative means to enjoy poker apps, such as Bitcoin and virtual private networks (VPNs). But for the time.
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