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Plans by the Esports Kuala Lumpur Association (ESKL) and the Federal Territory Sports Council to introduce eSports as a co-curricular activity in secondary schools here, will have to be postponed to 2021.
Alibaba’s move to take control of hypermarket operator Sun Art is expected to push forward its ‘new retail’ strategy in China. The stakes are high for Alibaba amid predictions that China will soon edge out the United States as the world’s largest retail market.
As Microsoft Corp and Sony Corp prepare to launch their new video-game consoles, another legendary player, Atari, is readying its first new hardware in more than 20 years.
On Oct 12 the number of concurrent players on Party Animals was more than twice the number playing Fall Guys. Niko Partners estimates there are about 720 million game players in China.
Genshin Impact has been touted as the biggest ever global launch of a Chinese game. The slogan for Shanghai-based miHoYo, the company behind the game: ‘tech otakus save the world’.
Amazon.com Inc. ended development of its first big-budget video game Crucible, highlighting the online retailer’s continued struggle to make headway in the industry.
Mobile games are thriving as players turn to them for fun and friendship during the pandemic, with increasing numbers of women joining the trend.
While Epic Games attempts to prove that Apple has violated federal antitrust law in a high-profile lawsuit, a much-anticipated report from a US House subcommittee calls the iPhone maker’s App Store a monopoly that reaps “supra-natural” profits and prevents competitors from entering the market.
Genshin Impact is an open-world, action adventure game that lets users play as young, magic-conjuring warriors. Analysts say success of miHoYo-developed game is another sign of the growing technical and marketing prowess of China in the video games space.
Last week, Bethesda and its parent company, ZeniMax Media Inc, agreed to be acquired by Microsoft Corp for US$7.5bil (RM31.28bil) in cash. The deal gives Microsoft new game titles as it prepares to launch the next generation of Xbox consoles. It gives, Altman, 73, and Bethesda’s founder, computer-science professor Christopher Weaver, 69, a huge payday.