Brazilian Game Age Rating
For the country of Brazil, the Advisory Rating or ClassInd is the country’s content rating system for video games, movies and television programs. The Advisory Rating Coordination is under the Department of Justice, Rating , Titles and Qualification which is part of the Ministry of Justice. Having a Brazilian age game rating is a must for all games that are released in Brazil. It is not surprising that some online shops do not sell video games or that these are not even accessible in Brazil. Rating categories show age appropriateness that is based on a particular system being used. Often times, these systems are sponsored or closely associated with the governments of countries around the globe.
Brazil’s Classification System -The following are the classification:
- L – Livre or for General Audiences
- 10 – Contents that are not allowed for persons under 10 years old
- 12 - Not recommended for minors under 12
- 14 - Not recommended for minors under 14
- 16 - Not recommended for minors under 16
- 18 - Not recommended for minors under 18
What We Includes
Content descriptors are also included in the rating system and also guide parents and guardians regarding the type of content that is contained in video games and films. Violence, sexual content, drugs, inappropriate language and criminal acts are just some of the main descriptions included in the video game rating system.