Entries in 'china' (63)
Publisher The9 Limited has secured the licensing rights for the sequel of Tencent’s popular free-to-play FPS Cross Fire.
One of the largest multi-discipline eSports organisations in China closed its doors yesterday as Team DK chose to disband all its squads.
We don’t know how many games consoles have been sold in China – but the noises coming from Sony suggest it isn’t as many as had been hoped.
Sony has followed news of a price cut for PS4 in Japan by announcing that the machine’s Chinese price is also being reduced.
The son of China’s richest man is launching a live streaming site that could soon rival Amazon-owned service Twitch.
Meet the Ouye, a crowdfunded Chinese console that takes more than a little inspiration from three existing machines.
Apple’s newfound dominance of the Chinese smartphone market may already be a thing of the past.
Godus may have sparked controversy in its home territory, but that hasn’t stopped 22cans taking the title to new markets.
The temporary lifting of the ban on video games console sales in China is to be made permanent.
A free-to-play Chinese version of Sega’s Football Manager Online is in development.
Next-gen console fever has yet to infect Chinese gamers, it seems.
Wii U and 3DS platform holder Nintendo will not follow Sony and Microsoft into the Chinese market, it has been claimed.
Apple’s successful Asian strategy has seen Chinese iOS owners download more apps than their American counterparts for the first time.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Chronicles will no longer be a single release, with two other titles joining the now three part series.
League of Legends is being used to accelerate the adoption of Windows 10 in China thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and Tencent.
The nod has again been given for PS4 and PlayStation Vita to go on sale in China.
Chinese mobile games publisher Allstar Games will launch in the UK this year, and is splashing $4m (£2.6m) on the venture.
Finnish powerhouse Rovio has teamed up with Beijing Kunlun Tech to bring its popular Angry Birds franchise to China.
For years, Take-Two’s business has been built on the boxed games market. Yet, with the arrival of Grand Theft Auto Online and the firm’s efforts in Asia, the company has ...
Watch out Microsoft and Sony, one of China’s biggest games companies will launch its first console in Europe in early 2016.
Microconsole maker Ouya has reportedly struck a $10m investment deal with Chinese internet firm Alibaba.
The sale of games consoles is to be rolled out across the whole of China, it is claimed.
The PS4’s ability to play games from any region could be the cause of its sudden delay in China, reports have suggested.
Sony will not release the PS4 in China on January 11th, as planned.
Microsoft has cut the price of Xbox One in China.