Pornography is illegal in China, where a 1997 law bans the production and dissemination of obscene content.
Chinese online video viewers reached 504 million, 73 percent of the total Chinese internet users, and mobile video viewers were 405 million as of 2015.
On October 19, LeEco made its official debut into the US market. LeEco will begin selling their smartphones and smart TVs from November 2.
Chinese investors are now increasingly seeking quality virtual reality content rather than hardware.
Shanghai-based Pimax aims to solve the dilemma of low-priced virtual reality hardware with a quality experience by introducing a PC-based VR headset.
To be relevant in the China market, user-generated video sites turned to TV shows, movies, and more recently original shows, with a business model close to Hulu’s.
Getting set up with a live streaming account and filming content for audiences might only take a few minutes, but to become a Chinese internet celebrity is much more complex.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba’s cloud computing division Alicloud and Taiwan device maker HTC announced a strategic alliance in virtual reality on Tuesday.
China is obsessed with Virtual Reality, and smartphone giant Xiaomi is not about to be left behind.