At Casual Connect London, TikTok Audience Network's Kevin Zhang, Director of Business Development, provides an overview of the Chinese games market and how to succeed.
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Maria Sayans has been named the company's new CEO.
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Video has a lot of momentum on mobile, according to App Annie, but games still bring in greater revenue. [Photo: Tom Warren / The Verge]
The metal band has accused the Duke Nukem developer of creating confusion through Ion Maiden's name and logo.
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Tencent's mobile MOBA has reportedly lost its marketing team and will limp along without any user acquisition efforts.
Daniel Ahmad, Senior Analyst at Niko Partners, moderated a wide-ranging panel during Casual Connect London dispelling myths and inviting understanding about the Eastern gaming market.
Mobile games are primed for advertisements that yield as much, if not more, value as television ads did before the digital revolution.