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The search page of the PEGI website is reserved for parents and adult purchasers of interactive software.

The sole purpose of this page is to provide them with information on the content and age suitability of a specific game.

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Online gaming
Online games take many forms. These range from simple arcade games to massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) which often involve thousands of players participating in a single game at once. Online games are often bought on a disc and can be played against other players via a PC or games console with an internet connection. They can also be downloaded and installed on your computer or console. The simpler games can also be played on websites through the web browser.

Many such games foster the emergence of virtual communities. Being involved in such a community can be very rewarding and a great learning experience but they sometimes expose players to risks associated with real-time interaction between unknown fellow players, such as breaches of privacy, inappropriate behaviour, user-created content or unsafe website links. It is important to ensure children understand the need for appropriate behaviour online and how to keep themselves safe.

PEGI Online is an extension to the PEGI system and aims to ensure a safe online gaming environment for minors. Game providers who meet the standards set out in the PEGI Online Safety Code will be licensed to use the PEGI Online label. The label will appear on packaging and websites with a (hyperlinked) url to a dedicated information site.

These standards include, amongst other things:
obligation to try to keep websites free of illegal and offensive user-created content
a coherent privacy policy
an independent complaints mechanism
responsible advertisement practices
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