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Iran’s National Foundation of Computer Games to Organize Game Centers

Game Centers and Game Nets in Iran

As the number of game center has been increased in Iran, Iranian National Foundation of Computer Games is going to organize, control and monitor the activities of these centers.

“The three main duties of Iranian National Foundation of Computer Games is controlling the content of video games, supporting local game manufactures in Iran and instructing students in this field. This foundation was originally founded in 2004, and we have managed to achieve a number of our goals until now.” Managing Director of Iranian National Foundation of Computer Games Behrouz Minaei told a press-conference on Tuesday.

“During the recent four years, we started cultural campaigns in Iran to make people more familiar about choosing the right video games for themselves and their children. We have also managed to offer our supports to private companies intending to manufacture video games.” Behrouz Minaei noted.

Minaei also mentioned that the main intention of Foundation of Computer Games is setting comprehensive policies for video games in country.

“The foundation has also encouraged game manufacturers to produce video games affiliated to Iranian and Islamic values. Topics like Iran-Iraq war and Palestine issue were among most important subjects that Iranian game manufacturers covered them.” Behrouz Minaei added.

“Currently, a notable number of youngsters spend their times in local game centers in various cities. Controlling and organizing the operations of these game centers is a new mission of National Foundation of Computer Games.” Minaei concluded.

Accordingly, Iranian IT Ministry has promised to support National Foundation of Computer Games to organize game centers.

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