CSR Racing 2

minimum age according to CSR Racing 2
13+ minimum age according to CSR Racing 2

What is CSR Racing 2?

CSR Racing 2 is a multiplayer car racing game, where players compete in real time with anyone in the world, on mobile. Players can race in prestige brand supercars, join crews and compete against each other to win territories. The supercars can be customised through in-app purchases or by winning upgrade features. CSR Racing 2 players can communicate with each other in real time through text messaging chat.

Website: zynga.com/games/csr-racing-2/
Apps: Android app, Apple iOS app 

How do people use CSR Racing 2?

Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use online racing games like CSR Racing 2.

CSR Racing 2 is used for: gaming, in-app purchasing, messaging/online chat and screen capture

How can you report inappropriate conduct or ask for your data to be removed?

These links are provided by Zynga:

  • Personal Data Request Portal
    Learn how to make a request to download or delete your personal game data.
  • Community Rules
    Learn what is considered offensive or inappropriate content in CSR Racing 2 and how to report it.

How can you protect your personal information?

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Last updated: 05/06/2024

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