With in-game promotion and events, Chinese mobile game publishers saw surging revenues in May.
Tencent will increase the number of mobile games covered by its updated anti-addiction system to 80 by the end of May, and has been testing a new facial recognition system.
Tencent’s battle royale game PUBG Mobile recorded its best month yet in terms of overseas revenue, as lockdown orders continue to be enforced in many countries.
Bytedance has recently acquired the exclusive rights to distribute IP-based massive multiplayer online (MMO) mobile game NARUTO: Slugfest in China.
IP-based games created by Chinese gaming companies brought in 129.5 billion yuan in total revenue in 2019 on mobile platforms and are expected to generate 150.0 billion yuan in 2020.
Tencent and Yoozoo Games on Friday announced plans to launch mobile game studio Supercell’s hit 3V3 battle royale title Brawl Stars in China on June 9.
Mobile games created by Chinese studios continued their strong performance in the South Korean market in the first quarter of 2020.
Chinese game publishers Tencent and NetEase respectively dominated in first and second, while some other famous game developers such as FunPlus, Lilith, IGG, 37Games are also listed.
The mobile game industry has arguably become the biggest beneficiary of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Data from app analytic platform App Annie revealed that the number of mobile app downloads has surged during the first two weeks of February in the Chinese mainland market
Without further delay, here are our top 10 picks for Chinese mobile games that are flourishing overseas.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, a massively popular Chinese mobile game developed by Tencent, was pulled from all app stores on May 9, and promptly replaced by a very similar, yet China-approved, 'Game for Peace'.
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.
Exciting graphics, a sharable nature and easy gameplay have made “Travel Frog" a hit across China. Though not addictive, the game leaves players interested and wanting more.
The China Gaming Industry Report released today reflects how much money China's gameplayers have paid for games in 2017. The actual sales revenue of China's gaming market reached 203.61 billion yuan in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 23 percent.