A new report from IHS Markit shows a post-restriction Chinese mobile market beginning to make waves, but older titles still smother competition.
The partnership will yield 'joint products' like video games, TV series, and comic books in 'China and beyond.'
NetEase has tripled its net income year-over-year and has sights on international expansion. Niko Partners' Daniel Ahmad says Minecraft's achievement in China is 'extremely impressive.'
PC Cafes, esports, and mobile will be big drivers over the next five years.
Nearly two years after Tencent became PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' official Chinese publisher, the company has dropped support for the game in exchange for a Chinese military-themed battle royale game named Game for Peace.
Analyst firm, Niko Partners, has released a new report detailing how China goes about approving (and denying) video games for release on console, PC, and now mobile.
Kabam is following through on its strong interest in expanding its mobile gaming business, and partnering with a Chinese service provider may help it overcome China's strict approval process.
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.