Mihoyo has recently undergone significant personnel changes, with founder Cai Haoyu further stepping back from the forefront.
Honkai: Star Rail, a 3D role-playing video game developed by miHoYo, was originally set to be launched globally on April 26 at 10:00 am. However, the official opened the server earlier than planned.
GravityXR, a chip development company specializing in extended reality (XR) glasses, has completed a pre-A+ round of financing worth hundreds of millions of yuan.
On April 12, Bilibili, a video-sharing website based in Shanghai, launched an event in collaboration with the popular game Genshin Impact.
On April 13th, "PUBG Mobile" by Tencent regained its position at the top of the chart for overseas revenue growth.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus will hold a launch event for the OnePlus Ace 2 Genshin Impact customized edition in China on April 17.
On April 6th, the Hurun Research Institute released the "2023 Hurun Global Self-Made Under-40 Billionaires List". The list shows that as of January 16th, there are a total of 59 self-made billionaires under the age of 40 worldwide.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus announced on February 1 that it had reached a three-year strategic cooperation with miHoYo's action role-playing game Genshin Impact.
Shanghai-based game company miHoYo on January 12 denied rumors that it had been issuing extremely high year-end bonuses, with some employees that receive a monthly salary of 8,000 yuan ($1,184) taking in a 864,000 yuan bonus ($128,150).
Liu Wei, the founder and president of Shanghai-based games publisher miHoYo, said on January 10 that relying on Shanghai's innovative and entrepreneurial environment, the company's global business has made great progress.
Chinese game developer miHoYo on November 24 announced the formal dissolution of Project SH, a game product led by Cai Haoyu, the co-founder and CEO of the firm and producer of Genshin Impact.
On November 15, data.ai, a third-party data organization, published the income list of Chinese game manufacturers in overseas markets for the month of October. 37 Interactive Entertainment surpassed Tencent, miHoYo and other game manufacturers for the first time, ranking first.
Global game engine giant Unity's affiliate in China added several new shareholders, including subsidiaries of ByteDance’s Douyin, game developer miHoYo, smartphone maker OPPO, and multimedia service provider China Mobile.
ByteDance's product launches are highly data dependent, with test results determining which features go live and algorithms determining which videos users see. When it comes to games, however, there are many more than just these factors.
Shanghai-based game developer miHoYo has announced on September 16 that it will soon kick off its "Genshin Impact" animation project in partnership with ufotable, a well-known Japanese animation production company.
Jim Yang, the former General Manager and Head of Global Studio at Finnish game firm Supercell, joined Genshin Impact's developer miHoYo earlier this month.
Game engine developer Unity announced on August 9 that it has entered into an agreement with leading partners to form a new regional joint venture called Unity China.
According to Chinese business data platform Tianyancha, litigation documents filed by miHoYo, the developer of video games including Genshin Impact, against three entities under 37 Interactive Entertainment were recently made public.
In June 2021, the police in Xuhui District, Shanghai, cracked down on a case of making and selling cheating programs for miHoYo's game named Genshin Impact. Recently, the court in the district sentenced the three defendants to prison.
Mobile app research firm Sensor Tower reported on July 28 that a total of 23 Chinese mobile games made it into the top 100 bestsellers in the US during the first half of 2022, for a combined total of $1.41 billion, accounting for 20.6% of the top 100's total revenue.