The English Premier League announced it had signed a one-year streaming deal for $10 million with Tencent Sports on Sept. 16. Tencent Sports will broadcast all the remaining 372 Premier League matches for the 2020/21 season.
On Sept. 15, Evergrande Automobile (HK.0708) announced that it had raised HK$4 billion in investment through the placement of new shares to support its new energy vehicle development.
Tencent on Sept. 4 announced to officially terminate the service and operation of its microblogging website Tencent Weibo at 11:59 pm on Sept. 28, Beijing local time.
Allan Zhang unveiled at the Tencent Global Esports Summit that one of the companies has signed partnership deals with four non-endemic brands.
If you ask me, one of the most curious happenings of recent months, is just how quickly “banning TikTok” went from a “fringe movement” to “quite acceptable”.
During the Tencent Global Esports Summit this week, Tencent Esports announced the company’s first batch of franchising partners.
This is arguably the world’s largest financing round in the online InsurTech industry so far this year.
Shenzhen has attained comprehensive and stand-alone 5G coverage and leads its peers in entering the 5G era.
KE Holdings Inc., better known by its housing transactions platform Beike Zhaofang, sold $2.12 billion worth of shares on Thursday in a US IPO.
Tencent on Wednesday announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2020, one of the fastest revenue-growing quarters in two years.
Waterdrop Inc. has raised around $200 million to fund its expansion in healthcare crowdfunding, at a valuation of approximately $2 billion.
Tencent is planning to consolidate Huya and Douyu, the two biggest gaming-focused live-streaming platforms in China.
China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com is considering a delisting from Nasdaq due to the impact of COVID-19 and rising US-China tensions.
Shares of China’s second biggest search giant Sogou have jumped 43.5% after the company announced shareholder Tencent has offered a non-binding proposal.
Tencent Holdings-backed Missfresh has completed a new round of financing worth $495 million, LatePost reported, the biggest fundraising that a Chinese grocery start-up has ever received.