Bilibili E-sports responded that the face of its Vtuber named "Ranran_Ranoca" is indeed quite similar to that of another Vtuber.
There were a number of new developments across China's gaming industry this week, including the approval of 43 imported games, ImbaTV's announcement to host Valorant Competition and Bilibili's new partnership with Ping An Bank.
Following a somewhat unremarkable week, the Chinese esports industry has since observed some big moves entering April.
Last week, China’s esports industry saw several new partnerships and a major acquisition by Beijing-based technology giant, ByteDance.
On Jan.14, Bilibili E-sports, part of the eponymous Chinese video streaming platform, raised 180 million yuan in an initial round of funding led by the Zhejiang Chuangxiang Cultural Fund.