In Thailand, many games that contain violence have been banned. In some cases, games are banned because of political reasons. For example, Tropico 5, a strategy game where you play as the dictator leader of a country, got banned in Thailand because the theme of game is like Thailand in Junta government.
Gaming bespatter in media
In media and news agency, games are often called by news agencies and scholars as "The Main Reason for Making Children Become Violent", regardless of the game they play.
The most used example of games is the Grand Theft Auto series that media often claimed that most children who commit crimes have played this game and are copying the activities in the game. Ironically, Thailand soap opera programs that contain lots of violence and sexual content on family channels don't get touched at all.
The latest incident about game spattering in media is many Thai news agencies claim that a MOBA Mobile game called RoV was the cause of violence.