Gardenscapes is Heading to China’s Android Market

SHENZHEN – July 24, 2017 – Shenzhen iDreamSky Technology Co., Ltd (also referred to as “iDreamSky”) has announced its exclusive authorization to publish Gardenscapes, the latest global match 3 craze, for the Chinese Android market. It is expected to be released in August 2017. read more

NetEase Showcases New PC & Mobile Games at 2nd Annual Game Enthusiasts’ Day

BEIJING, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES) (“NetEase” or the “Company”), one ofChina’s leading internet and online game services providers, announced plans to introduce an extensive pipeline of PC-client and mobile games during NetEase’s 2nd Annual “5/20 Game Enthusiasts’ Day” on May 20, 2016 inGuangzhou. The event celebrates the continued passion and excitement players have for NetEase-operated games, and provides a first look at new exciting upcoming games designed to appeal to a wide audience. read more

Minecraft will Officially Enter China on Mobile and PC via NetEase

GUANGZHOU, China — Soon Chinese Minecraft fans will be able to create and explore their very own worlds limited only by their imaginations. Microsoft, Mojang and NetEase, Inc. today announced a five-year exclusive agreement to license Mojang’s Minecraft mobile and PC editions to a NetEase, Inc. affiliate in mainland China. As part of the agreement, Mojang will develop a version of Minecraft tailored for the Chinese market and release it in partnership with NetEase. Minecraft is a world-renowned sandbox game that enables players to adventure in uncharted realms, collect resources and build in an infinite world. read more

Hill Climb Racing: China Edition Now Available in All Major Chinese App Stores

Hill Climb Racing Developer Fingersoft Enters the Chinese Mobile Games Space in Cooperation With Local Publisher MyGamez

Kempele, Finland, Hong Kong, China, Feb 25, 2015Fingersoft Ltd., the Finnish developer of the award winning mobile game Hill Climb Racing with 260 million downloads worldwide, released a China targeted edition of the hugely popular racing title together with its China publishing partner MyGamez Ltd. The new game, Hill Climb Racing: China Edition, was launched in all major Chinese Android application stores during the Chinese New Year celebrations in February 2015. read more

Nintendo Shares Surge After China Lifts Ban

The BBC News has reported that Nintendo shares surged after China decided to temporarily lift its sales ban on foreign video games consoles.

Nintendo’s shares jumped 11% to 15,850 yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange after the Chinese government stated that it will allow foreign firms to make consoles in the recently-launched Shanghai free trade zone and sell them across the country. read more