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CSR Racing

CSR Racing is a car racing game where you can buy and upgrade cars and race your opponent. You can buy your cars through winning races or in-app purchases.


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Low Risk

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Low Risk


Low Risk

Suicide & self-harm

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Low Risk

O2 Guru top tip


On CSR Racing

CSR Racing should only show racing content, but if your child does see something upsetting, they can report it under 'contact us'.

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Top tips for staying safe

Exploring apps, sites and games together is a great way to involve your child in the decision-making process.

Be positive about what you see, but also be open about your concerns. Ask them what they think is appropriate and what worries them.

If you decide it’s not appropriate, then make sure you explain your reasons why.

You might decide it’s ok for your child to use. If so, make sure you follow the tips below to ensure it’s as safe as possible. And work out a time when you’ll next discuss the app.

Explain that you understand the internet is a great place to play, create, learn and connect. But remind them they can talk to you if anything upsets or worries them.

Reassure them that you won’t overreact – you’re just looking out for them.

And if they feel like they can’t speak to you, tell them to talk to an adult they trust, like a teacher or Childline.

If your child does come across something upsetting or inappropriate on CSR Racing, they can report it online, using the ‘contact us’ button.

Explore this together and talk about what sort of things they might want to report, like abusive players.

And remember to let your child know that they can always talk to you about worrying things they see online.


Talking to your child

Having open, regular conversations with your child will help you to really understand and explore the online world together. Our tips and advice can help you start these conversations.

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What children and parents are saying about CSR Racing

We've spoken to over 2,000 parents and kids to find out what they think.



What do children and young people dislike about CSR Racing?

The main things they told us they don’t like about CSR Racing were:

• In some versions you can play against other people, but you can't communicate except through forums
• There are in-app purchases

You can play with each other and you don't know who you are playing with.

Boy, 13

What do children and young people like about CSR Racing?

The main things that children and young people told us they like about CSR Racing were:

• It’s fun to play
• You can customise your car

I think it is very safe because you can’t contact anyone on it.

Boy, 14



We asked parents about the following areas of CSR Racing:

Signing up

Overall, parents thought it was too easy for a child to pretend to be older in order to sign up to CSR Racing.

You don't even need to register an account. As you install it they ask you to enable your contacts, location and video and photo gallery. They already have all the information as soon as you install it. 

Mum of three children


Once you click report problem, it takes you to a website with a list of potential problems. None of these suggested reporting or blocking.

Father of four

Privacy settings

Once you give the site access as soon as you install the game, there is no chance to change those settings. I had to search on Google how to do it.

Mother of three

Safety and support

I found nothing on the app [about safety and support].

Mother of three children

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