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More than half of parents let their kids play 18+ video games
More than half of parents let their kids play over 18s video games, according to the results of a new survey.
Childcare.co.uk surveyed more than 2000 parents in the UK, and found more than half let their children play video games for over 18s without supervision or knowledge of the game beforehand.
The findings won’t come as much of a surprise to those familiar with video games and the video game industry. While video games carry age ratings, they’re often ignored by parents.
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