Game Software Rating Regulations

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Game Software Rating Regulations (Chinese: 遊戲軟體分級管理辦法; pinyin: Yóuxì ruǎntǐ fēnjí guǎnlǐ bànfǎ), also translated as Game Software Rating Management Regulations, is the video game content rating system used in Taiwan. The law was established on 6 July 2006 and amended 29 May 2012.[1]


The system uses five ratings:[1]

Abbreviation Rating
GSRR R logo.svg 限制級 (Restricted) (R) – Only persons of age 18 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 15 logo.svg 輔15級 (Parental Guidance 15) (PG 15) – Only persons of age 15 and above may use such software.
GSRR PG 12 logo.svg 輔12級 (Parental Guidance 12) (PG 12) – Only persons of age 12 and above may use such software.
GSRR P logo.svg 保護級 (Protected) (P) – Only persons of age 6 and above may use such software.
GSRR G logo.svg 普遍級 (General Public) (G) – All ages may use such software.


  1. ^ a b "Game Software Rating Management Regulations". Taiwan Game Software Rating Information. Digital Game Rating Committee. Retrieved 19 September 2013. 

External links

  • Full text in Traditional Chinese (Laws and Regulations Database of the Republic of China (Taiwan))
  • Full text in Traditional Chinese / English (Taiwan Game Software Rating Information)
  • Taiwan Game Software Rating Information (Traditional Chinese/English)

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