Chinese internet technology firm NetEase will acquire 100% of shares in Quantic Dream, the developer of the game "Detroit: Become Human."
Yunshang Yuyi, a mobile game developed by Seasun Entertainment and distributed by Tencent Games, canceled the original service suspension announcement.
Perfect World announced on Monday that Lian Jie has submitted a request to resign as co-CEO of the company due to physical reasons. Unfortunately, Lian passed away in the United States on Monday night.
Ubisoft, an internationally renowned gaming company, will announce a new mobile game on April 6, which may be the mobile version of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
Sensor Tower announced on Wednesday that Honor of Kings from Tencent had earned $225 million across the global App Store and Google Play in February 2022, returning it to the top of the global mobile game list.
Chinese tech giant Tencent announced on Wednesday the company's unaudited consolidated results for the fourth quarter of 2021 and the audited consolidated results for the year ended December 31, 2021.
Arena of Valor, an overseas version of the Honor of Kings mobile game, has been given upgraded importance and is now considered a strategic key project as of September 2021.
Mobile application and gaming market research platform Sensor Tower released the revenue ranking today for Chinese mobile game publishers in the global app store and Google Play during February 2022.
On Tuesday, many Tencent eGame anchors posted their farewell messages on Chinese social media Weibo.
Recently, commercial information platform Tianyancha showed that Dragon Punch Storm has made a registration change with the Industrial and Commercial Administration.
1C Entertainment, developer of the "King's Bounty" game series, announced Saturday that it will be acquired by Chinese tech giant Tencent, with a final deal expected to be reached in late November of this year.
Shenzhen-based tech giant Tencent announced on Wednesday that it will wholly acquire Canadian-based game studio Inflexion Games.
Well-known game developers, including NetEase, Lilith Games, and IGG, have either curtailed development of in-house game projects or have laid off staff.
News emerged that the stop of issuing new game registration numbers is the major negative factor in the game industry.
Nuverse, a company owned by Beijing-based technology giant ByteDance, is planning to develop a 3D open world game similar to Genshin Impact.