MCF and JOGA held a joint explanatory seminar regarding JOGA guidelines.
The Mobile Content Forum (MCF) and the Japan Online Game Association (JOGA) held a joint explanatory seminar regarding JOGA online game guidelines taking effect in April.
To spread understanding of JOGA online game guidelines to a greater number of participants, participation in this seminar was not limited to MCF and JOGA members. The seminar was held for a group of approximately 200 participants with the following program.
“• Program for the Day
Greetings from JOGA and MCF representatives
Japan Online Game Association Co-Chairman, Masato Ochi
Mobile Content Forum Representative Director, Kotaro Chiba”
“Greetings from the Consumer Affairs Agency
Consumer Affairs Agency Policy Planning Division Director, Kazuhiro Suzuki”
Part 1: Explanation regarding JOGA guidelines
– JOGA Guidelines
“A Declaration of Online Game Safety”
“Guideline regarding Random Provisions of In-Game Items”
Part 2: Q&A session
Exchange of business cards
• Seminar Participation
Participating companies: 105 (45 of which are MCF/JOGA members)
Following on from this joint seminar, MCF and JOGA will create a liaison group for online game compliance and go beyond organizational boundaries to resolve shared issues.