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Why Chinese cities such as Chengdu and Wuhan are attracting top tech talent in search of a better life
Local governments in cities like Wuhan and Chengdu have been eager to boost innovation and cultivate the next big technology unicorns.
Sweden’s MTG AB surged after its portfolio company ESL, the world’s largest eSports company, said it is partnering with Tencent Holdings Ltd-backed streaming platform Huya Inc to expand in the Chinese market for competitive gaming.
Cameras flashed and fans screamed, as Liu Mou stepped into the spotlight on a sweltering summer evening.
Live-streaming is big business and sometimes fans fall for an illusion.
HONG KONG/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wanda Sports Group, a sport events owner whose interests include the distribution of media rights in Asia for the FIFA World Cup, said on Friday it priced a smaller-than-expected U.S. initial public offering (IPO) below its targeted range to raise $190.4 million (£153.07 million).
The Tencent-backed startup plans support to about 1 million video game broadcasters on its platform. Kuaishou estimates it has 35 million daily active users on its Twitch-like service, more than those on rivals Huya and DouYu.
HONG KONG: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has filed confidentially for a Hong Kong listing, people familiar with the matter said, moving closer to what is potentially the city’s biggest share sale since 2010.
HONG KONG: DouYu International Holdings Ltd., a Chinese video-game live-streaming platform, is delaying the launch of its U.S. initial public offering following market jitters over President Donald Trump’s threat to boost tariffs on China, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Beijing: A college admissions cheating scheme in the United States has triggered widespread discussion among Chinese netizens during the four-day May Day holiday after it was reported that a wealthy family paid US$6.5mil (RM26.8mil) to assure their daughter’s admission to Stanford University.
Panda TV still ranked as China’s No. 3 game streaming network in terms of active users at the end last year. Platform was founded in 2015 by Wang Sicong, son of Chinese tycoon Wang Jianlin.