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.
Shanghai-based video game developer miHoYo announced on July 22 that it will start small-scale closed beta testing with deleted files for a new game called "Zenless Zone Zero" at 10:00 on August 5.
The headquarters of HoYoverse, a global interactive entertainment brand owned by game developer miHoYo, was recently opened in Singapore.
GoerTek, a Chinese company in the acoustic, optical and microelectronics industries, and its holding subsidiary, Tongge Ventures, signed a partnership agreement with two game developer - miHoYo and 37 Interactive Entertainment.