Electronic Arts and Tencent are supposedly in talks with each other over bringing the popular battle royale game to China
Epic Games Founder Tim Sweeney has fiercely denied allegations that the company is sending data to the Chinese Government through Tencent Holdings Ltd.
As the ban on new video game release approvals has been lifted by China, the new list excludes Tencent - one of the largest companies in the industry.
While the situation could impact these companies financially due to China’s gold-mine status in the geographical gaming world, they are “shrugging it off”.
Ubisoft and Tencent announced today that they have partnered in order to bring some of Ubisoft's biggest games to PC and mobile devices in China.
Revenue from video games in 2017 is dominated by China and The United States of America.
While Pokemon Go is currently available in the US, UK, and a large portion of Europe, the game has yet to launch in Japan.
China lifted a 14-year ban on game consoles in 2014, which allowed Sony and Microsoft to release their own platforms there.
After 15 years of blocking video game console sales in its country, China has now officially lifted the ban. First reported this morning by the Wall Street Journal, China made a move towards this decision last year
Sony Computer Entertainment issued a press release today announcing that the launch of the PS4 and of the PlayStation Vita in China, originally scheduled for January 11th, has been postponed due to "various circumstances."
Xbox One is speeding towards its Chinese launch, which will happen in a little more than two weeks (16 days to be precise), and today we get a little glimpse on the pre-order situation.
Game designer, American McGee, recently posted on Facebook his thoughts on why he believes Microsoft’s plan to bring the Xbox One to China will flop.
While the Department of State of the Central Government of the People’s Republic of China finally lifted the long lasting ban on foreign video game consoles, the body responsible for regulating the content that Chinese gamers will
Yesterday the Central Government of the People's Republic of China finally lifted the ban on foreign game consoles that had been troubling Chinese gamers for quite a while. The relaxation of local regulations has been labeled as
A couple days ago Tencent Games reported (translated by GamesInAsia) that a number Chinese students could be forced to work on the PS4 assembly line of the infamous company Foxconn in order to receive six credits necessary
The name Tencent still doesn't mean much to most gamers, despite the fact that the Tencent Games is now the fourth biggest game publisher in the world. The reason for that is because the company operates mostly
According to Bloomberg News, a recent report by native news organization China Daily that may end China's 12-year ban on games have increased stocks for two of Japan's biggest game companies.
Looks like I get the honor of posting the first piece of news of 2012, while my American colleagues are probably still snoring and hungover.