7 results found for "tencent"
14 September 2017

Dale Bashir | 1 month ago

The Nintendo Switch's library grows larger as Nintendo updated fans on upcoming releases on their latest system today during their Nintendo Direct. Here are the best Switch announcements made today: Fire Emblem Warriors' New Character ... Read More

20 May 2017

Kin Boon | 5 months ago

It’s no secret that eSports has a booming growth in the past decade, turning from a niche industry to a mainstream event within the gaming scene, and it’s well on its way in getting international recognition after being incorporated in the 2022 ... Read More

3 May 2017

Kurtis Chan | 6 months ago

Most of the online games these days have some sort of loot box or crate system that are designed for players to unlock in-game items and character cosmetics. Some great examples are Overwatch and League of Legends where they have loot boxes and hextech chest for players to earn while pla... Read More

20 April 2017

Kin Boon | 6 months ago

Chinese gaming giant Tencent is preparing to rebrand its digital store, which indicates a move to compete with Steam in the global market. This was revealed by Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad on Twitter earlier this week, and it’s seen as a huge deal considering Steam is monop... Read More

15 May 2016

Aiman Maulana | 1 year ago

Hey, maybe you can shake to randomly connect with other players. The makers of WeChat are really putting a lot into the gaming market. One of their recent business decisions within the realm of gaming was Douyu TV, which is essentially the Chinese version of Twitch, an online video... Read More

17 March 2016

Aiman Maulana | 2 years ago

It looks like we're going to have another live-streaming video service coming up, and it's by the creators of Wechat. Tencent Holdings Ltd. has raised $100 million for Douyu TV, with a deal that reportedly values Douyu TV at $1 billion. It's a crazy amount but with videogame streaming and ... Read More

11 March 2016

Stuart Thornton | 2 years ago

The digital games market in Asia has been growing at a staggering rate. Games revenue reached nearly US$20 billion in 20151, fueled by the popularity of mobile smartphone games as well as free-to-play massively multiplayer online games, also known as MMOs. With the b... Read More

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