Pan European Game Information

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Pan European Game Information
PEGI logo.svg
PEGI logo (since 2003)
AbbreviationPEGI
FormationApril 2003
PurposeVideo game classification
Parent organization
Interactive Software Federation of Europe
Websitehttp://www.pegi.info

Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is a European self-regulatory organization that assigns age and content ratings to consumer video games. The PEGI system is used in more than thirty countries. PEGI has rated more than 15,000 video games from 2003 to 2010.[1]

Ratings[change | change source]

  • PEGI 3.svg - 3 years old
  • PEGI 7.svg - 7 years old
  • PEGI 12.svg - 12 years old
  • PEGI 16.svg - 16 years old
  • PEGI 18.svg - 18 years old

History[change | change source]

Legend 3 7 12 16 18
Before 2009 PEGI 3 annotated (2003-2009).svg PEGI 7 annotated (2003-2009).svg PEGI 12 annotated (2003-2009).svg PEGI 16 annotated (2003-2009).svg PEGI 18 annotated (2003-2009).svg
After 2009 PEGI 3 annotated (2009-2010).svg PEGI 7 annotated (2009-2010).svg PEGI 12 annotated (2009-2010).svg PEGI 16 annotated (2009-2010).svg PEGI 18 annotated (2009-2010).svg
After 2010 PEGI 3.svg PEGI 7.svg PEGI 12.svg PEGI 16.svg PEGI 18.svg

Sources[change | change source]

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-06-20. Retrieved 2009-06-26.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)