All publications by tag «Honor of Kings»
Average weekly player spending in mobile games topped $1.6 billion in Q1 2023, according to data.ai
data.ai has published a report on the state of the mobile games market in the first quarter of 2023. Here is some data on player spending, installs, as well as the highest-grossing and most downloaded titles.
Tencent to launch new global version of Honor of Kings as China still holds freeze on its games
Tencent will roll out a new global version of its biggest hit Honor of Kings. The announcement comes amid ongoing regulatory pressure in China, as no new games from Tencent have been approved by the government in 11 months.
Tencent’s TiMi Studios becomes world’s largest developer after earning whopping $10 billion in 2020
TiMi Studios is known for mobile games like Call of Duty Mobile and Honor of Kings. The company reached $10 billion in revenue last year and, from now on, will also be developing titles for other platforms.
Composer Thomas Parisch discusses recent Honor of Kings score release
Tencent’s Honor of Kings is one of the most lucrative games out there, mobile or otherwise. It has its largest audience in China, but has recently spread to other regions and platforms. Another aspect of the title that is also expanding is the music. The Honor of Kings Original Game Soundtrack, Vol. 1, was released digitally by Unisonar, on January 25, 2020 for the first time internationally. The game’s score is also currently nominated for a G.A.N.G.…
ByteDance steps up its game in gaming with personnel changes and plans to take on Honor of Kings
TikTok developer is gearing up to seriously expand into the gaming market. Big releases, diversification and competition with Tencent are imminent. ByteDance is going to appoint an executive who will solely focus on running its gaming business.
MOBA genre losing popularity in China
Chinese market research company Analysis published a report suggesting MOBA’s decline in popularity among Chinese players. Since 2018, MOBA has moved from the first to the third place in the mobile gaming category. Players’ preferences now lie with first-person shooters and simulation games, both of which attract lots of female users.