According to the latest report by BrandZ, Tencent Holdings saw a rise in value of over 50% since last year, standing at 21st place in the 2013 list of most valuable global brands. Without a doubt, the company will continue to grow as China continues to catch up in terms of technology.
While Tencent Games is just part of Tencent Holding’s massive empire, it is hard not to recognize the growth of this China tech company in recent years.
From online gaming to various software and platform technologies, the company recently struck its latest product success with WeChat, a mobile chatting app which is fast gaining popularity in Asia.
Tencent Games has over 20 top-notch online games to be launched in the following months, together with the recent major investment in Epic Games, makers of the the Unreal Engine. The company also owns Riot Games, developer of the most popular game on earth now, League of Legends.