Since last week, a 13-minute gameplay video of a game called ‘Black Myth: Wu Kong’ has left an unforgettable impression on the audiences.
Apple will implement a new game review process for China’s App Store that requires all new games to obtain approval from the country’s game regulator.
Tencent and Yoozoo Games on Tuesday launched mobile game developer Supercell’s 3V3 battle royale title Brawl Stars in China.
With in-game promotion and events, Chinese mobile game publishers saw surging revenues in May.
NetEase set up a new branch for developing console games in Tokyo Japan and spreading its influence in Japanese market.
Chinese Esports organization FunPlus Pheonix (FPX) has entered the Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) Esports scene by acquiring the majority of players from Danish team Heroic.
“Hot Blood Street Basketball,” developed by ByteDance’s wholly-owned subsidiary - Beijing Zhaoxiguangnian Information Technology.
ByteDance will designate a senior executive to lead and grow its gaming business planning on launching a mobile MOBA game that directly competes with Tencent’s Honor of Kings
Recently, Gamma Data (CNG), a Chinese research institute specializing in investigation and analysis of the gaming industry, released “2019 Third Quarter Report of China Gaming Industry”.
Despite announcing on October 8 on Weibo that the NBA preseason broadcast would be suspended amidst the ongoing controversy, Tencent Sports resumed broadcasts of certain games.
Douyu, the game live streaming company, has officially gone public on NASDAQ on July 17, trading under the ticker symbol of “DOYU”.
Chinese internet company NetEase announced today its strategic investment in Montreal-based game development company Behaviour Interactive.
Nintendo announced a new deal with Tencent on April 26. The agreement will allow the Nintendo Switch, to finally break into mainland China, the world’s largest game market.
Invictus Gaming (IG) has become the first Chinese team to win the League of Legends World Championship, taking a clean 3-0 sweep over European team Fnatic during the finals this Saturday at Munhak Stadium in Incheon, South Korea.
On Monday Sept. 17, OnePlus and Google co-released a limited-time puzzle game competition named “Crackables”. The winner will receive a grand prize worth a whopping $30,000. The game can only be played online on mobile devices and it represents the partnership between the two companies.