The NBA 2K League signed its first woman this week.
Taiwanese horror game Devotion mysteriously disappeared from Steam on Monday after Chinese nationalists review bombed the game on Steam. Previously, players found a joke comparing Chinese President Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh, which is a political meme censored in China.
Nine-month long backlog freezes approvals, but non-Chinese performances from Tencent and NetEase mobile games increase massively.
Quantic looks beyond PlayStation.
It's been almost a year of slogging through China's Online Game Ethics Committee and the government's censorship. The freeze abated slightly two weeks ago, but NetEase and Tencent were conspicuously absent, until now.
Niko Partners has exclusively outlined to GameDaily how it views the Chinese and Southeast Asian game markets shaping up this year.
NetEase has also invested extensively in former Activision partner, Bungie.
Both Tencent and NetEase are missing from the first 80 games approved for the market, sparking to a slow thaw for the growing Chinese gaming market.
GameDaily has asked several prominent industry analysts for their top 2019 predictions. If they're right, it could be the 'biggest year ever' for consoles.
While this year's Game Awards more than doubled its viewership from last year, marking a victory for "streaming only" shows.