Bangkok Post: Thai government offers safety regulations for Pokemon GO users
Prime Minister urges players ‘to show self-control, otherwise the game could affect their work, study and way they relate with others’
Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha charged the responsible governmental agencies to work out regulations to control the large-scale use of the Pokemon Go game app. A government spokesman said this on Tuesday.
According to him, ‘the Prime Minister was concerned about people's safety after Pokemon Go, a location-based augmented reality game, was launched in Thailand to immediate popularity’.
The prime minister said although Thailand does not have a law to control people playing such a game, he wants those agencies concerned to find measures to prevent possible accidents, probably by fixing play zones so that the players, drivers of vehicles and commuters can be sure of safety.
Source: Bangkok Post
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