Pan European Game Information

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Pan European Game Information
PEGI logo.svg
PEGI logo (since 2003)
Abbreviation PEGI
Formation April 2003
Purpose Video game classification
Parent organization
Interactive Software Federation of Europe
Website http://www.pegi.info

Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is a European organization that rates 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 (2003-2009).svg PEGI 18 annotated (2009-2010).svg

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