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PEGI Online Enhances Protection for European Children Playing Online

PEGI Online Enhances Protection for European Children...

Brussels, 29th May 2007 - The Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE) has announced the launch of the PEGI Online website. PEGI Online is a system designed to help parents and children identify and limit the...
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Almost 60% of UK Teachers Wants Games in Classroom

  13 January 2006 - A MORI Poll investigating teachers’ attitudes to mainstream computer games has revealed that 59% would consider using them in the classroom for educational purposes. The willingness of...
2 years

PEGI Celebrates First Two Years of Operations

Brussels, December 14, 2004. PEGI, the Pan European Game Information system that provides harmonized age classification of interactive software throughout Europe is poised to celebrate its first two years of...
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New Pan-European Age Rating System For Video Games

  April 24, 2003 – The European Interactive Games industry today announced the launch of the first ever pan-European age rating system for computer and video games, designed to provide reassurance to parents...
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