China murder mystery games: Shanghai moves to regulate booming ‘script-killing’ industry with ban on violent, horrific and pornographic content

Shanghai is set to become the first mainland Chinese city to regulate popular role-playing murder mystery games by banning violent, horrific and pornographic content, which it claims is widespread in the industry.The game of jubensha, meaning script-killing in English, has been popular among millennials, especially those born after 1995, for its entertaining value and as a social activity.The number of script-killing studios across China has grown rapidly in the last few years, with more than…

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