The social livestreaming platform, Bigo Live, has been removed from the App Store as of April 9. There has been no response from Bigo regarding the matter.
Data.ai on Wednesday released a report on the top 30 Chinese non-game publishers in terms of overseas revenue for March, 2022. The top three spots were again occupied by ByteDance, JOYY and Tencent.
JOYY Inc., a global video-based social media company, on Tuesday announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2021.
Kuaishou, a leading content community in China, appointed Jin Bing as the Chief Financial Officer of the company on Monday.
Live streaming platform and BIGO owner JOYY announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2021 on Thursday, showing revenue reaching $662 million, up 39.7% year-on-year.
Three leading Chinese technology firms, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, online retailer Vipshop, and live-streaming platform Joyy, are currently seeking secondary listings in Hong Kong.
Chinese social media and entertainment site Joyy Inc. rejected allegations of fraud by Muddy Waters Research, saying the report it published was full of “misinformation, erroneous statements and misleading conclusions.”
Shares of Chinese social media and entertainment site Joyy Inc. plunged more than 26% after a research firm accused it of being a “multibillion-dollar fraud”.
On Nov. 17, Baidu released its financial results for the third quarter of 2020, ending on Sept. 30.
Baidu has almost completed negotiations to buy JOYY’s operations in China, according to business digital media Jiemian. The deal excludes JOYY’s overseas business, which is said to continue running independently.