CNG Data released its "April Game Industry Report" on Friday, showing that the sales revenue of China's game market last month totaled 22.99 billion yuan ($3.41 billion), down 3.40% year-on-year.
Chinese video game developer miHoYo's new work, "Honkai: Star Rail," started the second closed beta test on PC, Android and iOS terminals simultaneously on Wednesday.
Kuaishou Technology, a leading Chinese social media firm, announced on Tuesday that Beijing Dajia (on behalf of Kuaishou) and Tencent Computer have entered into the 2022 game cooperation framework agreement.
Chinese tech and gaming giant NetEase announced a new role play game titled "Shediao" on Friday and gave audience its first look at the new release.
Recently, it was reported that ByteDance's game team will reduce 80% of its staff in the distribution business line. However, a relevant employee in charge of ByteDance's Nuverse declared such reports untrue in a statement.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) mobile game independently developed by Shanghai-based Moonton Technology, has once again joined the e-sports program of the Southeast Asian Games.
According to Tianyancha App, Chinese tech giant Tencent secured a patent for a “PC Console” on Tuesday. The patent abstract shows that the product is to be used for games and entertainment.
Chinese game developer miHoYo's new product "Zenless Zone Zero" launched its first preview on Friday, and a website where users can apply to become tuning testers was also opened to the public.
"Genshin Impact" ranked first on April's revenue list for Chinese mobile games currently operating overseas, followed by "PUBG Mobile" and "State of Survival."
NetEase, a Chinese internet technology company, announced on Wednesday that it will hold an online game launch event called "NetEase Connect 2022" at 19:30 Beijing time on May 20.
Gangzhou-based game developer 37Games said at an online performance briefing on Tuesday afternoon that many of its 2022 games have obtained regulatory approval for publishing and operations in China.
California-based game developer Riot Games has sued ByteDance's Shanghai Moonton Technology Co., Ltd. for what it called "blatant copying" of the mobile version of Wild Rift.
According to a report released by Sensor Tower Store Intelligence Platform on Thursday, in April 2022, a total of 38 Chinese mobile game developers were included in the Top 100 global mobile game publishers’ revenue list.
Recently, some gamers had discovered that the official account of the new game Zenless Zone Zero developed by the Chinese game developer miHoYo has been registered on several online platforms.
On Thursday, miHoYo, the developer of internationally popular action role-playing game "Genshin Impact," clarified that the Nintendo Switch version is still under development.