Game Management Committee, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism – Production and distribution of ‘Game User Guide’ with Korea Game Industry Association | Ruri Web

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– A guidebook for parents and teachers distributed to 465 places including 17 metropolitan/provincial offices of education and education support offices nationwide

The Game Management Committee (Chairman Kim Gyu-cheol, hereinafter referred to as the ‘Game Committee’), along with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister Hwang Hee, hereinafter referred to as the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism), the Korea Game Industry Association (Chairman Shin-cheol Kang), and the Game Content Rating Committee (Chairman Hong-bae Park, Chairman), -Utilizing parental control functions’ (hereinafter referred to as ‘guide book’) was produced and disseminated.

In cooperation with the Korea Game Industry Association, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the guidebook was distributed to 465 places including 17 metropolitan and provincial offices of education and education support offices, Internet addiction prevention counseling centers, youth activity promotion centers, and youth counseling and welfare centers.

The tutorial contains information on how to set up parental controls to effectively manage children’s game use on mobile, PC, and console devices. With the parental control function, parents can download games that are not appropriate for their children’s age, purchase items, and limit the time of use, etc. from a game-driven device with a simple setting. The guide provides detailed instructions on how to set up parental controls in Google Android, Apple IOS, PlayStation, Nintendo, XBOX, and each game company, where games are mainly used.

In addition, the guide introduced various user protection systems that are good to know, such as the rating classification system and the game time selection system. It also contains various information about the cultural value of games and the positive effects of games so that teachers and parents who are unfamiliar with the game can understand the game.

The Game Committee, together with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Korea Game Industry Association, and the Game Content Rating Committee, produced a guidebook that can be used at home and at home to guide the youth in using the game in accordance with the abolition of the youth game use time shutdown system since last November. In the future, the Game Committee will additionally distribute to related institutions and centers of the Ministry of Education together with collaborating organizations, and will actively conduct activities for dissemination and utilization of guidebooks through teacher training, etc.

Meanwhile, Game Committee Chairman Kim Gyu-cheol said, “I hope that this guide will help you understand the correct classification system and help educate children and adolescents who use games at home and at school.” We will strive to enhance professionalism and provide useful information.”

The map is on the website of the Game Committee (www.grac.or.kr), Korea Game Industry Association website (www.gamek.or.kr) Anyone can download it in the form of e-books and PDF files from the library, and you can easily follow along through the video.

Reporter Lee Jang-won [email protected]

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