ChinaJoy 2016 Video Game Expo Enforces Dress Code For Booth Babes

Posted: Jul 29 2016, 2:49am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

ChinaJoy 2016 Video Game Expo Enforces Dress Code for Booth Babes
Credit: Thanh Nien

The ChinaJoy 2016 digital media and gaming expo kicked off in Shanghai. It's Asia's largest digital entertainment show, scantily dressed showgirls have been part of the show floor in the past, but not anymore.

The era of sexy dressed booth babes at E3 ended years ago. In Asia showgirls dressed in short skirts and revealing tops have been still a staple at gaming expos. ChinaJoy, the largest Asian digital entertainment expo ended this sub culture of the video game industry this year.

ChinaJoy showgirls need to follow a dress code that includes to not reveal more than two centimeters of cleavage. The outfits also need to cover undergarments. The rules interestingly point out that the models must wear undergarments. According the Chinese People, bikinis are forbidden too. Pants have to reach above the belly button and hips need to be covered. No low rise pants allowed.

The measures have been put in place to divert the focus back onto the games. Not everyone is happy about these new rules. A booth owner is quoted in the report saying that the dress code would impact the popularity of booths, because many visitors come primarily for the showgirls.

We have scouted the web and found many photos from ChinaJoy 2016 where you can see booth babes wearing short skirts and also they did not measure properly their two centimeters of allowed cleavage. See the photos of ChinaJoy 2016 showgirls in the gallery below. Looks like the rules will need to be more enforced to be adopted. Maybe ChinaJoy 2017 will have all showgirls wear pant suits.

Photo sources: Thanh Nien, game8

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