Since July 1, Apple has removed nearly 42,000 IAP and premium games from the App Store in China. These titles failed to have obtained a government approval by July 31.
Feng Shixin, the Deputy Director of the Publications Bureau of the Central Propaganda Department, spoke at ChinaJoy (July 31-August 3, 2020) about the video games industry in China.
India can ban PUBG Mobile as part of its ongoing crackdown on apps from Chinese companies, Gadgets 360 reports.
Over 28,000 video games businesses shut down in China in 2018 and 2019 as a result of the nine-month licensing freeze. However, more than 22,000 new game-related companies have been registered in China in 2020.
Apple has kept its word. It’s removing all IAP and premium games from the App Store in China that had not received a government approval by June 30. On July 1, over 1,500 games were removed from the App…
Apple has confirmed to publishers that it will remove all games from the App Store in China that have not received a government approval by June 30.
Chinese mobile games revenue generated whopping revenues in Q1 2020. Natalie Stepanova, Head of Marketing & PR at analyst firm Apptica, disusses the phenomenal performance of China’s mobile game sector.
Zhu Yongxin, a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), proposed a rating system for online games.