DouYu, a game-centric live streaming platform in China, today announced that Zhang Wenming has tendered his voluntary resignation from his position as a director and co-Chief Executive Officer of the company due to personal reasons.
Douyu, a game-centric live streaming platform in China, announced on Tuesday its unaudited financial results for the third quarter of this year.
In mid-August, Tencent's IEG announced a series of departmental and personnel adjustments to set up an eGame Center, which would be fully responsible for product R&D, operation and promotion of eGame.
Last week, the Chinese esports industry experienced some early summer heat that brought new changes to the scene, witnessing some significant esports announcements from the Beijing government.
On Dec. 14, the Anti-monopoly Bureau of the State Administration for Market Regulation stated that the Huya and DouYu merger case is currently under investigation due to anti-trust concerns.
Huya Inc.and DouYu International Holdings Ltd.on Nov. 11 released their financial reports for the third quarter of 2020 ended Sep. 30, revealing steady growth as the merger of the two leading Chinese esport live streaming platforms draws nearer.
NYSE-listed video game livestreaming platform Huya Inc. announced on Oct. 12 to buy DouYu International Holdings Ltd., which is expected to delist from the Nasdaq, creating a $10 billion livestream mammoth.
Chinese live streaming platform DouYu has been awarded ￥30M Chinese yuan ($4.48M USD) in a lawsuit against Leyou Network Technology.
Tencent is planning to consolidate Huya and Douyu, the two biggest gaming-focused live-streaming platforms in China.
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Live-streaming platform Huya gained 7.54%, with the stock price climbing to $17.25, giving it a total market value of $3.786 billion as the mergence between Huya and Douyu is said to be underway.
Tencent-backed Chinese game-centric live streaming platform Douyu Tuesday reported a 53% year-on-year increase in its total net revenue to $321.1 million in Q1 2020.
As short video apps and game livestreaming platforms are all jumping on the Chinese commercial livestreaming bandwagon, some of them are looking to appeal to a different demographic.
Tencent has appointed new directors to serve on the boards of Douyu and Huya.
Within the past week, four US shareholder rights litigation firms announced an investigation into claims against Chinese livestreaming platform Douyu.
According to people familiar with the matter, the pre-IPO valuation of Kuaishou, one of China’s leading short-video start-ups, has reached $25 billion.
Douyu, the game live streaming company, has officially gone public on NASDAQ on July 17, trading under the ticker symbol of “DOYU”.
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Douyu TV, the largest game-centric live streaming platform in China, has updated the terms of its IPO in its prospectus. The Wuhan-based firm said it will offer a total 67.4 million shares, of which 44.9 million American depository shares and 22.5 million shares offered for sale by current stakeholders.