A video creator on Bilibili, with 10.26 million followers, recently revealed his financial challenges on the Chinese video site. This comes after several popular creators announced a pause in updating their channels.
On April 12, Bilibili, a video-sharing website based in Shanghai, launched an event in collaboration with the popular game Genshin Impact.
Bilibili, a Chinese company that specializes in video streaming and mobile gaming, has recently released a new app for its blockchain platform called Upowerchain. This app enables users to view digital collections, search for on-chain addresses and access asset information.
In recent times, Bilibili users have observed that several content creators whom they have been following for a while now have posted videos announcing the temporary suspension of updates. This move by the Chinese video streaming platform has caused quite a stir on social media.
Bilibili, a Shanghai-based video streaming platform, has ushered in "Yao-Chinese Folktales," an eight-part series inspired by traditional Chinese literary works. The series got an impressive score of 9.5/10 on Chinese social media and review site Douban.
Chinese lifestyle-sharing app Xiaohongshu has recently undergone an update, replacing the shopping section in the second column of the homepage with a new videos section, indicating the increasing importance of the medium.
The score of the animated series based on Liu Cixin's sci-fi trilogy "The Three-Body Problem" on Chinese social media and review site Douban is now only 5.6, with 15.2% of the audience giving a five-star evaluation.
At around 10 pm on December 10 in China, an animated series based on sci-fi trilogy "The Three-Body Problem," which had been online for less than 12 hours, exceeded 100 million views on domestic video streaming platform Bilibili.
The producer of an animated series based on the science fiction hit novel series "The Three-Body Problem" officially announced on December 8 that the long-anticipated show will debut at 11:00 on December 10, and that two episodes will be broadcast on the first day.
Video streaming platform Bilibili reportedly launched a round of systematic cost reductions. A Bilibili spokesperson acknowledged that some businesses have been adjusted recently, along with various personnel adjustments, but denied any large-scale layoffs.
Wang Zhikai, the former general manager of Bilibili's livestreaming center, has been transferred to the firm's "Star" department. The Star department has promoted the Chinese video sharing website to be launched successively in several Southeast Asian countries.
One of China's official media outlets published an article entitled "the opportunity in the gaming industry cannot be missed". The news sent stock prices of Chinese game makers in Hong Kong shooting upwards.
Virtual user-generated content metaverse platform Yahaha announced on November 15 that it has completed round-A+ financing totaling $40 million, jointly led by Temasek and Alibaba and followed by 37 Interactive Entertainment.
Shanghai-based video streaming platform Bilibili reportedly sent an internal email on November 4 regarding forthcoming adjustments to its games business unit.
As its principal producer and financier, Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili announced the latest progress in producing The Three-Body Problem animated series, which is an adaptation of Liu Cixin's titular Hugo Award-winning sci-fi trilogy.
Chinese video content platform Bilibili on October 14 officially launched a new online shopping function within the livestreaming part of its homepage, ahead of the country's popular "Double 11" shopping festival.
Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming platform featuring anime, cartoon and games (ACG) content, eyes livestreaming e-commerce business.
On September 1, China's largest original comic website U17 Comics announced that its website will be officially shut down on December 31 but will continue to provide services through Bilibili Comics in the future.
A Bilibili HR worker previously called the platform's core users "losers in life." On August 2, Bilibili officially responded, saying that after internal investigation, the HR interviewer had been dismissed at the end of last year.
According to a ruling issued by the Beijing Higher People's Court on July 23, Chinese Basketball Association (Beijing) Sports Co., Ltd. has sued two operators of Bilibili, claiming 406 million yuan ($60.05 million) in damages.