China’s Emperor Online Rejected in Korea, Fails Approval

Posted on 2010-08-13 10:27:38 BJT, by Mickey Yang

Emperor Online (Zhu Hou Online in Chinese), operated by IMI, was recently rejected by in the examination and approval in Korea, because the items trading in the game violates Korean law

By Mickey Yang

Beijing, China (178) - Emperor Online (Zhu Hou Online in Chinese), an online game operated by IMI, was recently rejected by in the examination and approval in Korea, because the items trading in the game violates Korean law.

Emperor Online (Zhu Hou Online in Chinese)

Korea Media Rating Board (KMRB), responsible for the management of ratings of movies and games in Korea, stop the process of examination and approval of Chinese online game Emperor Online. The game includes the indulging gambling content, and seriously bad phenomenon also appears in the items trading.

On the contrary, Emperor Online also has a great start in China --- being downloaded around 400,000 times for the first week after launch, according to an insider. At present, the ACU of the game has reached 25,000, and it is on a rising trend.

Emperor Online is an online game from China, and it is based on a background of warfare. The game was developed and published by Shanghai GoldCool Games in China.

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