China’s gaming crackdown: concerns about Steam ban heightened after Christmas connectivity issues

Concerns that the world’s largest video game platform Steam was blocked in China on Christmas Day have spread on social media as gamers complained about issues connecting to the website days after it kicked off its popular year-end sale.Access to the store appears to be facing intermittent connectivity issues in different parts of mainland China, with some users saying they had no problems connecting. The government did not issue any announcements about Steam, nor did Valve Corp, the platform’s…

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