PARENTAL MONITORING PROJECT ON MINORS

Introduction to the System of the Parental Monitoring Project on Minors

 

The Parental Monitoring Project on Minors fully considers parents’ practical needs.  When parents find that their children are heavily addicted to our games, they can provide us with relevant information such as the legal certification of custody, name and account of games, and how the parents wish the level of restriction would be.  We will take several restrictive measures on these games that children are addicted to solve such undesirable phenomenon.  For example, we may limit children’s section and duration of playing games on each day, restrict children’s access to games except for weekends, or completely ban it.

 

Application Process for the Parental Monitoring Service

Conditions for the Application of the Parental Monitoring Service

 

The applicant should be a legal guardian of the minor;

The minor, under the applicant’s guardianship, should be under the age of 18; and

The applicant should be a mainland resident not including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan residents.

 

Materials Required for the Application of the Parental Monitoring Service

1.       Guardian’s Information Sheet (including a photo copy of Guardian’s identity card);

2.      Minor’s Information Sheet (including a photo copy of minor’s identity card and the relevant information of games he/she plays);

3.      Fill in and sign the Application Sheet of the Parental Monitoring Project on Minors for Online Games, Letter of Guarantee, Letter of Authorization;

4.      The certification documents of the guardianship between guardians and the minor, such as household booklets or other certification issued by related institutions.

 

How to Apply for the Parental Guardianship Service

 

You can contact us by visiting us or via telephone:

Service Line: 010-52817668

Address: Floor 21, Viva Mansion, No. 29 Suzhou St, Haidian District, Beijing City, China.