Around 15,000 games for iOS have been removed from the Mainland China version of the App Store as Apple prepares to comply with the country's regulations.
As of tomorrow, all games will require a valid publishing number or ISBN (International Standard Book Number) from China's National Press and Publication Administration, which handles approvals for game releases in the region.
Earlier this month, it was reported that 8,000 games were pulled from the App Store in one week. Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad told GamesBeat this number has now risen to 15,000.
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