The 2020 League of Legends World Championship Grand Final is only two days away.
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.
Chinese video and live streaming company Bilibili announced that the company has agreed to share media rights for the 2020 League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) with Douyu, Huya, and eGame.
Video-based social media platform JOYY Inc. on Thursday reported net revenue of $826.6 million in the second quarter of 2020, up 36.3% year-on-year.
Tencent is planning to consolidate Huya and Douyu, the two biggest gaming-focused live-streaming platforms in China.
China cyber watchdog punishes the country’s major online live streaming platforms for spreading “vulgar” content.
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.
Huya, a leading video game live streaming platform in China, apologized for its mistake in including game marketing in one of its education service function.
Video-based social media platform JOYY reported strong growth in the first quarter of 2020 as the company further pushes its overseas live-streaming apps.
Tencent has appointed new directors to serve on the boards of Douyu and Huya.
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.
Benefitting from the expansion of its user base, Huya, a leading game live streaming platform in China, continued gaining profits for the seventh consecutive quarter, according to its newly released earnings report in the second quarter of 2019.