Bilibili Inc. (NASDAQ: BILI) announced Wednesday its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ending on Sept. 30, revealing strong user growth as well as a rise in revenue.
On Oct. 30, Bilibili Gaming (BLG) held a grand opening of its headquarters in Hangzhou Future Science Town.
Chinese ACG themed video-sharing site Bilibili launches Campus Recruitment Express.
BBC Studios and Chinese video platform Bilibili signed a new deal on Monday to generate more China-inspired content and bring more BBC premium shows to China.
Chinese video platform Bilibili has completed its strategic investment in media company Huanxi Media, subscribing for 347 million additional common shares issued by Huanxi Media.
Chinese food delivery and services platform Meituan have begun collaborating with video and live streaming company Bilibili to launch limited edition “Bullet Chat Meituan Bikes” across various cities.
Multinational ed-tech unicorn Duolingo held a media conference in Beijing on Aug. 28 to celebrate the anniversary of its entry into China.
Bilibili Esports, the esports arm of Chinese video giant Bilibili announced that the company has signed a partnership deal with Chinese music copyright distribution platform VFineMusic.
Chinese short-video platforms are now regulating online eating shows and are cracking down on so-called “big stomach kings”
Chinese video and live streaming company Bilibili announced that the company has agreed to share media rights for the 2020 League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) with Douyu, Huya, and eGame.
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Bilibili announced it is teaming up with League of Legends (LoL) to become the exclusive broadcaster for three major esports tournaments in China for three years.
Bilibili recently launched Bcut (Bijian), its first mobile app for video editing.
Bilibili on Wednesday launched a new matchmaking platform called Sparkle, or Hua Huo in Chinese, to help brands and agencies connect with content creators.
Chinese video sharing website Bilibili called All the Videos You Love released a brand new video on YouTube, getting overseas exposure.