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Game news from China

Overwatch – Blizzard skirts around new loot law by selling currency

A couple of weeks ago, the Chinese government installed a law where game companies have to publicly list out the percentage drop rate of...

Age of Wushu 2 – How factions fit into the sandbox...

Over the past few months, Chinese developer Snail Games had released bits and parts of the game features found in the upcoming sandbox survival...

League of Legends – QG Reapers acquired by multi-billion company

Chinese multi-billion e-commerce company, JD.com, announced it has acquired the League of Legends team, QG Reapers. The team will now be known as JD...

Tencent – Gaming giant is building a massive eSports town in...

Chinese gaming giant Tencent recently agreed to build an eSports town in the city of Wuhu, China. Tentatively known as "Tencent eSports Town", the...

The King of Fighters – SNK reveals new games and projects...

Japanese games developer SNK recently held an impressive press media event in Park Hyatt Beijing Hotel, China, sharing new details about its projects for The...

Contra – Concept poster and teaser trailer revealed for live-action movie

According to the latest media reports from China, a live-action movie based on Konami's classic IP, Contra, is currently in the works and scheduled...

League of Legends – Major overhaul for China esports league announced

Posted earlier today on the verified competitive League of Legends Weibo account (largest social media platform in China) and official website, Tencent Games and Riot...

Echo of Soul – Fantasy MMORPG returns to China for another...

Echo of Soul, now owned by a manhwa (Korean manga) corporation known as Mr Blue, has been signed to the China market by a little-known...

League of Legends – Jay Chou opens luxury internet gaming cafe...

Asian superstar Jay Chou has opened a luxury internet gaming cafe in Shenzhen, China. The popular singer is known for his passion for League...

Revelation Online – Animated series begins airing in China later this...

Recently launching for the English global market, Revelation Online is developed by China's 2nd biggest gaming company, NetEase. Known as Tianyu in China,...