Video gaming has steadily grown as a past-time in Brazil. With an emerging economy, the country’s young professionals have begun taking advantage of the growing video games market in Latin America and the number of video game players in Brazil has been steadily increasing. Of further interest is the fact that a large number (27%) of Internet users communicate using Portuguese as their first language (and these are predominantly from Brazil), but what does this mean for game developers? Essentially it means that if game developers want to take advantage of this increasing audience for online games, they need to be aware of Brazilian age restrictions with regards to gaming. Localization and Translation firm MO Group International is aware of this emerging market and the importance of the Brazilian-Portuguese gaming sector.