Esports Becoming Big Business in the US and China

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A sweeping global phenomenon, esports’ total audience growth rose from 235 million in 2015 to 385 million in 2017, with an average revenue per fan amounting to $3.64. These numbers are only set to grow, with demand coming mostly from North America and the Asia Pacific region. Read More

Chinese Mobile Game-makers Made Over $600 M in the US in First Half of 2018

 /  Game  / 
Chinese game apps are spreading abroad like wildfire and the US has become one of their top markets. From the first half of 2017 to the first half of this year, Chinese game makers raised their profits by 52% in the US earning more than $600 million. Read More

Can Live Streaming Make Money? Takeaways from Huya’s May IPO

 /  Opinion  / 
A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report shows that the economic benefits of game live streaming should not be underestimated. Read More

PUBG Corp Sues NetEase for Infringing Chicken and Pan Copyrights

 /  Legal  / 
South Korea’s PUBG Corp, the developer of hit game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), is suing NetEase in the US for copyright infringement, unfair competition and trade dress infringement over the Chinese company’s Knives Out and Rules of Survival. Read More

Early Access to Chinese Mobile Version of PUBG Opens Today

 /  Game  / 
Battlefield is the mobile IP of PUBG made by Chinese game developer Lightspeed and Quantum Studios. The registration for early access of Battlefield opened in December and has attracted over 18 million players to register. Read More

Headlines from China: Disney Partners with Wanda Cinemas to Promote ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

 /  Headlines From China  / 
Along with the theatrical opening of Lucasfilm's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in China, Star Wars-themed exhibitions, which are co-organized by Disney, Mtime, and Wanda Cinemas, are taking place at over 100 movie theaters in 55 cities across China. Read More

The “Chicken Dinner” Guide: to Selling Online Games to China

 /  Legal  / 
China’s online gaming sector is booming despite heavy regulations. Here is a guide to selling your online games in the Chinese market and earn your “chicken dinner.” Read More

PlayerUnknown’s Battleground to Get China Release via Deal with Tencent

 /  News  / 
The world’s current most popular game, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG), is to be approved for release in China after “strategic cooperation” between Tencent and the game’s Korean developer PUBG Corporation Read More