On September 6, Keep, a Beijing-based sports tech firm, updated its prospectus on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx).
Last week was significant for the China esports industry and for Tencent Esports in particular. Not only did a game publisher reveal its tournament and esports business summit plan, but solid achievements from Chinese esports events were also reported, according to a new report from the Chinese authority.
Both of Hupu and Dongqiudi, two largest football-themed apps in China, have been accelerating their efforts to boost their relationship with fans and effectively increase their market shares.
Chinese mobile fitness community Keep announced that it had completed an $80 million E-round of financing earlier this year, and thus became the first fitness tech company to achieve unicorn status.
Suning-owned PP Sports has experienced a meteoric rise in traffic over the coronavirus period, during which the content on the platform is free of charge.
Singer Kris Wu, a judge on the hit hiphop show Rap of China, released a new rap song titled “Skr” on July 30. Wu took to Weibo to explain that his latest creation was a “diss track”, expressing his respect for rap culture and his goal of combating cyber bullying with music. “The controversy is […]