Entries in 'china' (47)
Online gaming network Curse Inc. has raised $16m in its latest round of fundraising.
Chinese developers are being blocked from buying Oculus Rift dev kits due to the number of units being sold on by buyers.
Microsoft may be aiming high with its RRP for Xbox One in China.
PlayStation hopes to become the next big gaming brand in China after Sony's confirmation of its move into the market.
Take-Two and Tencent collaboration NBA 2K Online has garnered 19m registered accounts in China.
Publishers and platform holders no longer have to ignore one of the world’s biggest video games markets. China is open for business.
China's mobile gaming market is nearing the same size as America's market and growing at a significantly faster rate, a new report from research firm Superdata has revealed.
Nintendo is to develop a completely new console designed specifically to target China and other emerging economies.
Developer American McGee has described Microsoft’s decision to release Xbox in China as a ‘blunder’.
Major League Gaming has partnered with a pair of Chinese corporations to build an eSports-dedicated arena near Hong Kong.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One will launch in China this September.
Gambling, drugs, racism and superstition are amongst the many things that will see console games being banned in China.
King will launch its world-conquering Candy Crush Saga in China this year thanks to a new deal with Tencent.
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia has opened a new business group specifically to focus on its Chinese console strategy.
The Xbox One is being lined up for a release in China, Microsoft has said.
The sale of games consoles may have green lit in China, but the market will still be heavily regulated.
PlayStation boss Andrew House says that China allowing the sale of game consoles will be a huge boost to PS4.
Quick – sell 1.35bn consoles before the government changes its mind!
China's game industry is still booming, a new report.
A theme park based on Rovio’s Angry Birds series has opened in China.
After 13 years, Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft may soon be able to sell their consoles in China.
Peter Driessen, co-founder of Spil Games, believes that advertisers hold the key to the global acceptance of HTML5 as they look to capitalise on the explosion in mobile gaming.