Entries in 'tencent' (13)
Tencent's free-to-play shooter CrossFire brought in revenues of nearly $1 billion in 2013.
Publisher Activision Blizzard is free of its former parent Vivendi.
The second MCV Gamescom daily magazine is available to read right now.
One of the world's biggest games companies is set to buy back its independence from owner Vivendi.
The Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that Activision has re-joined the trade body.
Chinese web giant Tencent paid $330 million for a 40 per cent stake in Epic Games in July last year, the company has revealed.
Customisation has been thrust to the forefront of the freshly announced multiplayer-only Call of Duty.
The deal between Activision and Tencent to bring Call of Duty Online to China is the “foundation” for a long relationship between the pair, boss Bobby Kotick has stated.
China’s biggest online games company Tencent has just announced a brand new entry in the Call of Duty series – Call of Duty Online.
One of the giants of games and internet in China has made a move into the West - Tencent has announced it will buy a minority stake in Epic Games.
Tencent, the owner of successful internet and mobile games developer Riot Games, has posted another set of astronomical numbers.
Registration has now gone live for Edinburgh Interactive 2011.
The first ever in-game footage of Crytek’s free-to-play PC shooter Warface has appeared on YouTube – and you can watch it below.