Video game content rating system facts for kids
A video game content rating system is a way to judge and label the content in a video game and what ages it is okay for. It is similar to the movie rating system.
For example, games with violence or drugs might be marked as teen/adult games that might not be okay for children to play. Games with adult content might be marked as Adult Only, which means that only adults can buy the game and play it.
There are many different game content rating systems all over the world.
|United States, Canada, Mexico||Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB)|
|Australia||Office of Film and Literature Classification (Australia) (OFLCA)|
|New Zealand||Office of Film and Literature Classification (New Zealand) (OFLCNZ)|
|United Kingdom||British Board of Film Classification (BBFC)|
|United Kingdom||Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA)|
|Europe||Pan European Game Information (PEGI)|
|Finland||Valtion elokuvatarkastamo (VET)|
|Taiwan (Republic of China)||Game Software Rating Regulation (GSRR)|
|Japan||Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO)|
|South Korea||Game Rating Board (GRB)|
|Germany||Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK)|
|Brazil||Departamento de Justiça, Classificação, Títulos e Qualificação (DJCTQ)|
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