China has extended its campaign against excessive gaming to mobile and introduced an age rating system. Yesterday, the State Administration of Press and Publications (SAPP) published new rules regulating time and money that users can…
The National Health Service is opening the first specialized clinic in the UK to treat children and young adults diagnosed with gaming disorder.
Chinese corporation Tencent made an investment in the Scandinavian game development industry. It purchased a 29% stake in Norwegian publisher Funcom.
China’s NetEase is strengthening its position abroad. Four of its mobile titles made it to the top 100 highest-grossing titles in Japan last month.
At the latest Gamecom, Tencent showcased PVPVE shooter with RTS elements called SYNCED: Off-Planet. The game features robo-zombies that you can eliminate or take control of to attack other players.
It’s going to be a good year for China’s two largest gaming companies. For that matter, it’s going to be a good year for all of the country’s digital gaming market.
Tencent is steadily recovering after the Chinese government has lifted the freeze on game licensing in the country. During Q2, the Chinese giant released 10 mobile games.
You might have already sensed from our earlier posts that publishing and monetizing your game in China is no walk in the park. But compliance with the local regulations is not the only challenge to overcome….