Safe & Responsible Gaming

Age verification

PEGI warns parents and educators up to what age a game can be harmful to children. The PEGI age ratings indicate one of the following categories: 3, 7, 12, 16 and 18. Age ratings do not take into account the level of difficulty or skills required to play a game.

In addition, PEGI also has content icons. These icons show the main reasons why a game has been given a particular age rating. There are eight such content icons: violence, foul language, fear, drugs, sex, discrimination, gambling and playing online with other people.

The Go!Collection page lists the age rating and content icons for all games. Games with an age rating of 16 and 18 are not displayed at Go!Gaming in the available game list for accounts of gamers who are younger.

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My Gambling Child

Go!Gaming supports the book "My Gambling Child." The "My Gambling Child" book is also widely supported by various esports clubs and other game companies in the industry.

My Gaming Child gives parents all the answers they need to properly handle their child's favorite hobby. Most parents did not grow up gaming themselves, and therefore do not always know exactly what to look out for. The good news: gaming is fun and valuable for your child's development. My Gaming Child gives you all the tips and answers you need to create a fun, safe gaming environment for your child.