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Internet addiction driving South Koreans into realms of fantasy
Government caught between promoting gaming and restraining its use in world's most wired nation
Two million South Koreans are thought to be addicted to Internet games as the government struggles to deal with the problem.
Canadian Gaming News
The trade publication for Canada's casinos, lotteries, horse racing tracks with slots, bingos as well as its gaming regulators, equipment suppliers and service providers. Read in 17 countries.
Programming is devoted to games including game shows, reality television programs, casino games, non-sports gaming and game related films and documentaries.
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