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Game Software Rating Regulations (Chinese: 遊戲軟體分級管理辦法), also translated as Game Software Rating Management Regulations, is the official video game content rating system used in Taiwan, and a de facto rating system for the Hong Kong and Southeast Asia markets. The rating system was established on July 6, 2006, and changed to its current style on May 29, 2012.[1]

Ratings

Currently, the system uses five ratings:[1]

Logo Rating Chinese Taiwanese Hakka Description
GSRR G logo.svg General Public
(G)
Template:Large Phó͘-phiàn Kip Phû-phiên Kip All ages may use such software.
GSRR P logo.svg Protected
(P)
Template:Large Pó-hō͘ Kip Pó-fu Kip Only persons of age 6 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 12 logo.svg Parental Guidance 12
(PG 12)
Template:Large Hù 12 Kip Phú 12 Kip Only persons of age 12 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 15 logo.svg Parental Guidance 15
(PG 15)
Template:Large Hù 15 Kip Phú 15 Kip Only persons of age 15 and above may use such software.
GSRR R logo.svg Restricted
(R)
Template:Large Hān-chè Kip Han-chṳ Kip Only persons of age 18 and above may use such software.

Content Descriptions

The system uses seven content descriptions:[1]

  • Sex (PG 12, PG 15, R)
  • Violence (P, PG 12, PG 15, R)
  • Terror (PG 12, PG 15, R)
  • Tobacco and Alcohol (PG 15, R)
  • Drugs (R)
  • Improper Use of Language (PG 12, PG 15, R)
  • Anti-Social Behavior (PG 15, R)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Game Software Rating Management Regulations". Taiwan Game Software Rating Information. Taiwan Entertainment Software Rating Information. 20 April 2018. http://www.gamerating.org.tw/files/Game%20Software%20Rating%20Management%20Regulations_20180420-new.pdf. Retrieved on 19 May 2019. 

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