Protection of minors

When placing the order you confirm your majority or indicate that you have the consent of your legal representative. You confirm that you are not violating any laws of your country and that you are not transmitting the material to minors or any other person who might feel disturbed. (in accordance with our General Terms and Conditions Part 1)

Article group requires proof of age

If you pay for your purchase by credit card, we do not require any further information from you as proof of age is provided by the card. If you wish to purchase with payment by invoice, we need a copy of a valid identification document with your photo (ID card, passport or driver's license). You can send us the copy of the ID with your E-Mail address as follows: By E-Mail to or by post to Wemeo GmbH, age verification, Holzr├╝ti 1, 8840 Einsiedeln.

As soon as we receive a valid copy of the proof of age from you, we will unblock your customer account for orders of this article group with payment by invoice and inform you accordingly. In the future, you will therefore be able to order this article - as well as any other article from the same group - with payment on invoice.

Definition of PEGI

The PEGI (Pan-European Game Information) age rating system enables parents across Europe to make informed decisions when buying video games. Launched in spring 2003, it replaced some national age rating systems with a single system now used in most European countries.

The system is supported by major console manufacturers, including Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, as well as publishers and developers of interactive games throughout Europe. The age rating system was developed by the Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE). The PEGI age rating pictograms appear on the front and back of the packaging with one of the following age classes: 3+, 7+, 12+, 16+ and 18+. They give a reliable indication of the suitability of the contents of the game in terms of the protection of minors. The age classification does not take into account the level of difficulty or skills required to play a game.