Games trade body Ukie said all its members "take their responsibility to their players, particularly children, very seriously".
Ukie chief executive Jo Twist said:
We welcome any guidance from the OFT [Office of Fair Trading] to clarify how they are interpreting the law and shall be taking our time to digest the proposed guidelines before responding fully to the OFT’s consultation.
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