A pair of ByteDance subsidiaries have reportedly achieved a 100% shareholding ratio in Amcare, a high-end Chinese women's and children's hospital, as part of a move to explore the offline medical services sector.
On August 3, Tai Group, a Hong Kong based investment holding group, announced that it had completed the acquisition of Huobi Chat, a social product owned by Huobi Group, a virtual asset financial service provider.
The privatization of online LGBTQ platform BlueCity is nearing completion. Metaclass Management ELP, a fund owned by Chinese social networking product developer Newborn Town, will become its actual controller.
On July 14, Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com announced that its subsidiary, JD Intelligent Industry Development Group, had completed its compulsory acquisition of China Logistics Property Holdings (CNLP).
Beijing-based mobile game developer Shizhisha became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bilibili.
On July 11, Chinese battery materials giant Ganfeng Lithium announced that its board of directors agreed that Ganfeng International, a wholly-owned subsidiary, would acquire Argentina-focused Lithea Inc. for up to $962 million.
Xingji Technology, a mobile devices company founded by Geely's Chairman Eric Li, and smartphone brand Meizu held a strategic investment signing ceremony in Hangzhou on July 4.
eBay Inc., a global e-commerce leader that connects millions of sellers and buyers around the world, has acquired KnownOrigin, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace.
Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., a smartphone business company owned by Geely, signed an agreement with smartphone maker Meizu and its shareholders to acquire a 79.09% equity stake in the company.
Lemon tea brand Ningji has recently invested in Changsha-based local coffee brand RUU, and has become its wholly-owned parent company.
News of Tencent's acquisition of Black Shark circulated in the market in January of this year, but the acquisition wasn't approved by relevant government departments, so Tencent has reportedly given it up.
Chinese internet technology firm NetEase will acquire 100% of shares in Quantic Dream, the developer of the game "Detroit: Become Human."
Tequila Works, the studio that developed Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story, announced on Tuesday that Chinese tech giant Tencent has become its majority shareholder.
1C Entertainment, developer of the "King's Bounty" game series, announced Saturday that it will be acquired by Chinese tech giant Tencent, with a final deal expected to be reached in late November of this year.
Shenzhen-based tech giant Tencent announced on Wednesday that it will wholly acquire Canadian-based game studio Inflexion Games.