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TaPaK cs.money May 26, 2018 @ 9:56am
What is anti addiction online time?
I went to my stats and saw 7:23 minutes of that. What does that mean?
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AzKat May 26, 2018 @ 9:58am 
if you were playing from china or taiwan (or whatever country has that anti-addiction law thing) then you only had 7 more minutes to play csgo, after which the game would immediately shut down and not let you play anymore.

If your country doesn't have that "anti-addiction" thing then it's nothing important.

Also, this was added sometime in 2014 or 2013 in dota2, then moved to csgo.
Vlad the Memer May 26, 2018 @ 10:00am 
Originally posted by AzKat:
if you were playing from china or taiwan (or whatever country has that anti-addiction law thing) then you only had 7 more minutes to play csgo, after which the game would immediately shut down and not let you play anymore.

If your country doesn't have that "anti-addiction" thing then it's nothing important.

Also, this was added sometime in 2014 or 2013 in dota2, then moved to csgo.
That's awful!I can't imagine living somewhere I don't have control over my own life.
smileyfrown May 26, 2018 @ 10:00am 
Pretty sure it's just the amount of hours you spent in game during your last session, or current session. I dont remember but I watched a vid that explained it.
AzKat May 26, 2018 @ 10:02am 
Originally posted by Bulbasaur:
Pretty sure it's just the amount of hours you spent in game during your last session, or current session. I dont remember but I watched a vid that explained it.

I'm 100% sure I did not play 7 hours in my last session.
JibbyJib May 26, 2018 @ 10:04am 
It's the amount of time you spent in game during your last session, yeah.
AzKat May 26, 2018 @ 10:05am 
Originally posted by JibbyJib:
It's the amount of time you spent in game during your last session, yeah.

what does last session mean? Because yesterday I didn't even have 7 hours to play lol.
Teh 128K Kitteh May 26, 2018 @ 10:07am 
Originally posted by AzKat:
if you were playing from china or taiwan (or whatever country has that anti-addiction law thing) then you only had 7 more minutes to play csgo, after which the game would immediately shut down and not let you play anymore.

If your country doesn't have that "anti-addiction" thing then it's nothing important.

Also, this was added sometime in 2014 or 2013 in dota2, then moved to csgo.
I forgot how many deaths videogame addiciton caused...thanks for the unsettling reminder....
.blooD^ May 27, 2018 @ 1:31pm 
Originally posted by =.KoG.= Vlad the Memer:
Originally posted by AzKat:
if you were playing from china or taiwan (or whatever country has that anti-addiction law thing) then you only had 7 more minutes to play csgo, after which the game would immediately shut down and not let you play anymore.

If your country doesn't have that "anti-addiction" thing then it's nothing important.

Also, this was added sometime in 2014 or 2013 in dota2, then moved to csgo.
That's awful!I can't imagine living somewhere I don't have control over my own life.

Thats communism/authoritarianism for you.
SuperHans May 27, 2018 @ 1:36pm 
Originally posted by =.KoG.= Vlad the Memer:
Originally posted by AzKat:
if you were playing from china or taiwan (or whatever country has that anti-addiction law thing) then you only had 7 more minutes to play csgo, after which the game would immediately shut down and not let you play anymore.

If your country doesn't have that "anti-addiction" thing then it's nothing important.

Also, this was added sometime in 2014 or 2013 in dota2, then moved to csgo.
That's awful!I can't imagine living somewhere I don't have control over my own life.
don't move to a communist dictatorship then
Xuchilpaba May 27, 2018 @ 1:47pm 
Originally posted by SuperHans:
Originally posted by =.KoG.= Vlad the Memer:
That's awful!I can't imagine living somewhere I don't have control over my own life.
don't move to a communist dictatorship then

Democracy also means that you're free to die glued in front of the pc, addicted to your favourite game.

Asia has the biggest share of human population in the world, it makes sense that the government tries to prevent the citizens from killing themselve due to an addiction. Because videogames are like cigarettes in Asia.

I remember when the first Starcraft was released. The daily routine of many Koreans was sleep, game, and occasionaly eat. A lot of people died because of Blizzard.
smileyfrown May 27, 2018 @ 2:12pm 
Originally posted by .blooD^:
Originally posted by =.KoG.= Vlad the Memer:
That's awful!I can't imagine living somewhere I don't have control over my own life.

Thats communism/authoritarianism for you.

Mongolia just banned all internet cafes, like 80% of csgo players there only play in internet cafes. Communism is the worst, I feel bad for them
Stopping people ruining there life’s playing pointless games. I’m old and count my self lucky that games aren’t like they are now. If I played Witcher 3 when I was a kid I would never of left the house. They should bring laws like that every where if your playing games 7 hours a day your seriously failing at life. I love gaming and play most days but life don’t let me play any where near 7 hours a day. Which it shouldn’t.

Whole generations now have spend there life’s sitting at home playing wow or any of the other huge time sinks. Never learnt the life skills they needed. The ones that count.
Vlad the Memer May 28, 2018 @ 2:02am 
Originally posted by Stay High 420๛ JahBucky.com:
Stopping people ruining there life’s playing pointless games. I’m old and count my self lucky that games aren’t like they are now. If I played Witcher 3 when I was a kid I would never of left the house. They should bring laws like that every where if your playing games 7 hours a day your seriously failing at life. I love gaming and play most days but life don’t let me play any where near 7 hours a day. Which it shouldn’t.

Whole generations now have spend there life’s sitting at home playing wow or any of the other huge time sinks. Never learnt the life skills they needed. The ones that count.
It's not the government's job to control your life.If you want to ruin your whole life by becoming a hermit,it's your right.
Mr. Nelly May 28, 2018 @ 2:07am 
Originally posted by AzKat:
Originally posted by JibbyJib:
It's the amount of time you spent in game during your last session, yeah.

what does last session mean? Because yesterday I didn't even have 7 hours to play lol.
Its very likely that its the last game session. I had 7hours after a long session, 10 min after doing an OW case and 15 sec after checking something in the main menu.

Last session means the difference between:
"Logged off from CS:GO" and "Started csgo over the steam client" (could be different named in english, i translated it)
DE REL Jun 4, 2018 @ 3:16am 
Originally posted by Bulbasaur:
Originally posted by .blooD^:

Thats communism/authoritarianism for you.

Mongolia just banned all internet cafes, like 80% of csgo players there only play in internet cafes. Communism is the worst, I feel bad for them
Not all tho. It is quite sad to see the places I used to play tho. But hey we still have the big boys on the game so they won't get shutdown. Only the minor ones got shutdown. CS:GO players are still at large. Only dota players just got a little effected since the places that got shutdown where quite cheap and decent.
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