Publication Date: April 2017
The regulatory landscape is the highest barrier to China’s digital games market. To succeed there you need a market-focused, timely understanding of all regulations and policies.
This 107-page FREE report is produced by Pillar Legal in partnership with Niko Partners:
The 2017 China Game Law Primer is the central resource for understanding all of the regulations, agencies, and administrators that impact the industry
Includes the official name and the definition of the regulations governing the digital games industry in China
Contains names of the key ministries and offices that manage policy for this industry
Includes diagrams illustrating the governmental process for getting games approved
Puts the complex regulatory landscape into context, in English
Pillar Legal is a boutique international law firm with offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Shanghai that regularly advises internet, software and video game companies of all sizes, including many of the world’s largest operators of mobile, console and online video games, in connection with various corporate transactions and both China and U.S. market entry and compliance matters.