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Sunday, May 31, 2020

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Game news from China

Knives Out – NetEase announces PC version is in development

NetEase is gradually getting famous for being the China developer which pushes out high quality clones of popular games. During an event held yesterday...

League of legends – Asus invests USD 16 million in new...

Republic of Gamers, otherwise known as ROG, is probably one of the most popular gaming brand in the world, covering everything from monitors to...

God Slayer – Quick look at new action CryEngine MMORPG from...

China developer and publisher ChangYou may not be as big in scale as Tencent or NetEase, but it has churned out some quality games...

Age of Wushu – New hidden faction arrives in China server...

The China server for Age of Wushu got its massive 6th anniversary update today, with developer Snail Games introducing a new hidden faction, 神机营,...

Teemo’s Adventure – Riot Games preparing to launch mysterious new game...

As most gamers would have known by now, League of legends developer Riot Games is owned by Tencent, China's biggest tech and games company...

Tencent – Tech titan earned over 50% of China’s gaming revenue...

According to a research done by iResearch Global, the revenue of China’s online gaming market reached 63.54 billion Yuan (around USD 9.6 billion) in Q3...

God Slayer – First look at revamped character creation system

With most Asian studios focusing on mobile games, it is rare that a good quality PC online game is being worked on. First announced...

H1Z1 – Tencent Games reveals new survival game for China market

As speculated a few days ago, Tencent Games today announced the arrival of H1Z1 in the China market. Tencent will provide developer Daybreak Game...

H1Z1 – Tencent Games teases potential China server of survival MMO

As most of you would have already know, Tencent is the largest and richest games company in China, the world's biggest gaming market. Apparently,...

Europa – Tencent Games reveal next-gen battle royale title

Even though Tencent Games acquired the China publishing rights for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds recently, the gaming giant had long been working on a battle royale...

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – Chinese government might ban battle royale games

As everyone in the gaming industry is talking about the glowing success of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, the Chinese government has taken notice as well. Recently,...

Age of Wushu – New 50-player battle royale mode added in...

Last week, developer Snail Games added a new gameplay mode for the China server of Age of Wushu, which is very similar to the...

Smite – China players will transfer to global server early next...

Earlier this week, it was announced that the China server of Smite will be merged into the global server on 18 January 2018. Publisher...

Overwatch – Blizzard takes China developer to court over IP infringement

According to local reports, Blizzard Entertainment and China partner NetEase have taken developer 4399 Network Co., Ltd. to court over intellectual property (IP) infringement...