BEIJING, CHINA - OCTOBER 31: An elderly Chinese man walks by a large sign at a luxury mall on October 31, 2019 in Beijing, China. China represents one of the largest markets in the world for luxury goods, with latest reports showing that the retail sales value spent on personal goods topped more than $125 billion USD annually in recent years. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

(Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

China continues to restrict gaming for those under age, we build a holiday buying guide and Call of Duty League puts out it’s season schedule.

China has always had a strong arm when it comes to the gaming industry and being one of the biggest countries in the world it’s a hot market for gaming profits. This week China’s newest laws on gaming restricts the amount of time those under the age of 18 can play as well as limits the amount of money they can spend on downloadable content in a month. Plus, with the holidays upon us, we thought it was about time we constructed a holiday buying guide. Finally, Call of Duty League has put out their full schedule for the inaugural 2020 season.