Recently, commercial information platform Tianyancha showed that Dragon Punch Storm has made a registration change with the Industrial and Commercial Administration.
Bilibili, a Chinese streaming platform, released its first creator report. According to the report, the creator group in the platform has grown rapidly, with 2.7 million active uploaders per month, up 61% year-on-year.
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Chinese mobile game developer and publisher Qingci Games officially launched its offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Monday.
Bilibili was preparing to launch its "Xiaohuangche" function on its live-streaming channel. The feature will enable users to buy goods while watching a live-stream.
Bilibili announced on Monday that it will now support 8K ultra-high-definition video, the first platform in China to do so. Xinhua News Agency released the first 8K video on Bilibili which featured the Chinese Space Station in the night sky.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili is testing its "UPowerchain" related to the firm's Metaverse business.
Bilibili announced it has obtained exclusive digital media copyrights for the current and upcoming seasons (2021-2024) of the Football Association Challenge Cup in the Chinese mainland.
Bilibili, a video community for younger generations in China, announced on Monday that the term “Po Fang Le” (literally translated as “this broke down my defenses”) is “Bilibili’s 2021 Bullet Chat of the Year”.
On Tuesday, the Shanghai Consumers Council issued a report about its investigation into the renewal deduction time of 12 apps.
Today, major Chinese video content platform Bilibili announced at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that its trading will be temporarily suspended from 9:00 am this morning.
Many content creators on Chinese video sharing website Bilibili have released new posts, claiming that the "Dawn Project" of the Tencent Open Media content platform has infringed their rights.
Bilibili, a leading video community in China, announced on Wednesday its unaudited financial results for the third quarter of this year.
Bilibili, a leading video platform for China’s younger generations, announced 21 new documentaries at its “DOCUMENTARY MADE BY BILIBILI 2021-2022,” which was held for the first time in Shanghai on November 13.
Bilibili announced its video uploader copyright protection program, providing services including cross-platform infringement content detection and one-click rights protection for individual creators in the video platform.
A memorial video for a Russian content creator has gone viral on Bilibili in the past week. The video features special "bullet chats" in Russian sent from Chinese users of the app.
Chinese live-streaming platform Bilibili's uploader He Tongxue released a video featuring his self-made AirDesk on Monday. Up to now, the broadcast volume for the video has sent Loctek shares soaring by 14%.
On Monday, Chen Rui, Chairman and CEO of Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili, delivered a speech at the 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit.
To maintain a healthy online community environment, the website will focus on some recently used online words that stigmatize occupations and abbreviate or distort semantics to engage in personal attacks.
Bilibili announced today its unaudited financial results for the second quarter this year, with its net loss reaching 1.12 billion yuan, compared with 570.9 million yuan in the same period of 2020.