Naraka: Bladepoint, a NetEase game title, announced on Monday that its global sales volume had exceeded 10 million copies. As a reward for the achievement, players will each receive a set of commemorative weapon skins in the game.
CNG Data released its "April Game Industry Report" on Friday, showing that the sales revenue of China's game market last month totaled 22.99 billion yuan ($3.41 billion), down 3.40% year-on-year.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) mobile game independently developed by Shanghai-based Moonton Technology, has once again joined the e-sports program of the Southeast Asian Games.
Recently, some gamers had discovered that the official account of the new game Zenless Zone Zero developed by the Chinese game developer miHoYo has been registered on several online platforms.
Many Tencent-owned games have announced recently that Shenzhen Tencent Tianyou Technology Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tencent, will join as another main operator of these games.
Genshin Impact, an open-world RPG owned by Chinese video game developer miHoYo, has approached nearly $2.7 billion in global users since its launch in September 2020.
Chinese gaming company Lilith Games announced on Monday that it will set up a game publishing company in Singapore called Farlight Games to support and facilitate the global distribution of the company's games.
On Sunday, CNGgame released a report suggesting that from January to March 2022, the actual sales revenue of the game market in China was 79.474 billion yuan ($12.22 billion), up 3.17% year-on-year.
For All Time, a love story mobile game published by NetEase, released an image which drew comparisons between its promotional materials and those used by Honor of Kings, a game released by Tencent.
On April 17th, NetEase's mobile game Dream Chaser: The Showbiz denied a recent report suspecting its role in publishing a paper in the US containing user data.
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Tencent announced on Thursday afternoon that it will officially cease operations for its Diablo-like game, "Raziel," for users in the Chinese mainland at 11:00 on June 15, 2022.
Tencent’s game accelerator announced on Wednesday that the company had undergone a business re-adjustment and will only support acceleration in Chinese service areas.
China's game registration numbers audit was restarted after having been suspended last July. A total of 45 of domestic game registration numbers were issued on Monday.
eGame, a mobile e-sports platform owned by Tencent, announced on Thursday that it will terminate its operations on June 7 due to a change in business development strategy.
According to a report released by Sensor Tower on Thursday for March 2022, a total of 38 Chinese manufacturers were shortlisted in the publisher's Top 100 global mobile game revenue list.
Shanghai-based video streaming platform Bilibili recently acquired a wholly-owned stake in Mobao Network, whose main business is the development of mobile games.
Chinese internet technology firm NetEase will acquire 100% of shares in Quantic Dream, the developer of the game "Detroit: Become Human."
Yunshang Yuyi, a mobile game developed by Seasun Entertainment and distributed by Tencent Games, canceled the original service suspension announcement.
Perfect World announced on Monday that Lian Jie has submitted a request to resign as co-CEO of the company due to physical reasons. Unfortunately, Lian passed away in the United States on Monday night.