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.
The mobile version of Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming platform, started displaying users’ IP locations on their profile page and information pages on July 25, as well as the comments they have posted.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili and one of its popular content uploaders jointly launched a series of customized digital collections on July 21, with a limited distribution of 5,000 copies.
Toutiao, which belongs to Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, has recently launched an app called "Toutiao Haowai," which can recommend high-quality content to users, and its target is young consumers.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili has been continuously adjusting its organizational structure in the past week, involving several core business departments and six business leaders.
Beijing-based mobile game developer Shizhisha became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bilibili.
A screenshot of an offer to sell more than 220 million pieces of user data obtained from Chinese video community Bilibili was circulated on the Internet. A Bilibili spokesperson denied the user data leak rumor on July 8.
Bilibili, a YouTube-like web platform in China, announced on July 2 that it had reached a copyright cooperation deal with JVR Music.
Chen Rui, Chairman and CEO of Bilibili, declared that the platform’s mission is to create good content, and its job is to serve creators. There are 2,964 employees of the platform who serve uploaders full-time.
The first pay-per-view video from an independent uploader appeared on popular Chinese streaming platform Bilibili on Monday, marking a new step by the firm in its pursuit of paid content strategies, following lessons and movies.
"Shiguang Mengxing", a plot-based mobile game which was distributed by Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili, announced on Wednesday that it will be shut down at 11:00 am on August 8.
Bilibili, a leading Chinese video streaming platform, on Tuesday published its "2021 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report."
Bilibili, a Chinese video streaming platform, has applied to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) for the proposed voluntary conversion of its secondary listing status on April 29, 2022, receiving formal approval.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added more than 80 Chinese companies to a delisting watchlist on Wednesday, including JD.com, Bilibili and Pinduoduo.