Game Software Rating Regulations

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Game Software Rating Regulations (Chinese: 遊戲軟體分級管理辦法; pinyin: Yóuxì ruǎntǐ fēnjí guǎnlǐ bànfǎ), also translated as Game Software Rating Management Regulations, is the video game content rating system used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. The law was established on 6 July 2006 and amended 29 May 2012.[1]

Ratings[edit]

The system uses five ratings:[1]

Abbreviation Rating
GSRR R logo.svg 限制級 (Restricted) (R) – Only persons of age 18 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 15 logo.svg 輔15級 (Parental Guidance 15) (PG 15) – Only persons of age 15 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 12 logo.svg 輔12級 (Parental Guidance 12) (PG 12) – Only persons of age 12 and above may use such software.
GSRR P logo.svg 保護級 (Protected) (P) – Only persons of age 6 and above may use such software.
GSRR G logo.svg 普遍級 (General Public) (G) – All ages may use such software.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Game Software Rating Management Regulations". Taiwan Game Software Rating Information. Digital Game Rating Committee. Retrieved 19 September 2013.

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