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1951-1969 1958-1969 1969-1982 1982-1989 1989-1993 1993-2009 2009-present
1951-1969 1958-1969 1969-1982 1982-1989 1989-1993 1993-2009 2009-present

El Kadsre Film Board (first era)

1951-1969

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El Kadsreian Board of Classification

1958-1969

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Vlokozu Union Film Board

1969-1982

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1982-1989

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El Kadsre Film Board (second era)

1989-1993

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El Kadsre Film and Game Rating Board

1993-2009

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2009-present

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Ratings

1951-1969 (El Kadsre Film Board)

1958-1969 (EKBC)

1969-1982

1969-1971

In 1969 following the formation of the Vlokozu Union, the EKFB and EKBC were merged into VUFC. The VUFC used the East El Kadsreian classification system.

1971-1982

1982-2009

1982

In January 1982, the new colored markings of the ratings were introduced.

1982-1986

In September 1982, the Restricted rating was split into two new ratings; the R15 rating and the R18 rating.

1986-1989

In 1986, the R20 rating was introduced, to flag content that was too strong for the R18 rating. The ratings' colors have been changed, with the R18 rating now dark red instead of black.

1989-1993

Following the collapse of the Vlokozu Union, the VUFB was renamed to EKFB. Most former Vlokozuian states continued to used this rating system, while Mahri immediately replaced the El Kadsreian rating system with its own.

1993-2009

In July 1993, Following controversies surrounding violent video games, EKFB was renamed into EKFGR and they begin starting to classify video games.

TV airing

In 1984, EKFGR introduced the TV airing rating system.

2009-present

Film & gaming

TV airing

Flat versions

Film & gaming

TV airing

See also

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