The Switch sold 830,000 units over Thanksgiving week and will also officially launch in China next week, but how well will it do?
It's the second Chinese city to host League World Finals following Beijing in 2017.
An online curfew in China will prevent under-18s playing games at night and restricts them to 90 minutes on weekdays. (Image: Fortune)
At GameDaily Connect Asia next week, Mail.ru business development director Ilya Gutov will take a close look at video games M&A and what game companies that need funding should know.
Necessary approvals on hardware likely rule out an end of 2019 launch, but the wheels are in motion for a 2020 release.
At GameDaily Connect Asia in less than two weeks, Boomzap's Chris Natsuume will share tips on the Chinese market and how developers can ensure their whole team is creatively aligned with the same vision.
The games business sees constant changes, and it can vary from region to region. Tom van Dam from ByteDance will share his perspective as a Westerner in China at GameDaily Connect Asia.
At GameDaily Connect Asia next month in Shenzen, up-and-coming developers can look forward to advice from one of the industry's top indie labels.
GameDaily Connect Asia 2019: What China is looking for in indie games, and how Tencent wants to help
At GameDaily Connect Asia next month, Miley Chen from Tencent's ACE Publishing Program will share tips on how indies can reach a massive audience in China.
There are a lot of mobile players in the world who can't use app stores like Google Play. Tiago Alves of Aptoide will explain how to gain their business at GameDaily Connect Asia.