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Most of the world's video game consoles are built in China... ...but they can't be sold there legally. The country banned ...
the sale or import of video game consoles in 2000. The reason: fears they may harm children's development. China's gaming market is worth some $7 billion. Deprived of consoles, Chinese do their gaming online. The country had 336 million online game accounts as of end-2012... ...that is more than the population of the United States.
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TV AND WEB RESTRICTIONS~*NONE* FACTBOX: NO REPORTER NARRATION Most of the world's video game consoles are built in China... ...but they can't be sold there legally. The country banned the sale or import of video game consoles in 2000. The reason: fears they may harm children's development. China's gaming market is worth some $7 billion. Deprived of consoles, Chinese do their gaming online. The country had 336 million online game accounts as of end-2012... ...that is more than the population of the United States. Consoles - both imported and illegally produced - can be bought on the 'gray market'. China's homegrown consoles include the 'Polystation'. The 'Vii' looks a lot like Nintendo's Wii. Lenovo-backed Eedoo Technology has found a way around the ban... ...it bills its CT510 as an 'entertainment and exercise machine'. The CT510 sells for around $600. A new motion-equipped Xbox in the U.S. sells for ($299.99). State media reports China is considering lifting its console ban. Shares of console makers Sony and Nintendo jumped on the news. No fewer than seven government ministries will have to give clearance for the ban to be dropped. ENDS