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China approves second batch of videogames after freeze, but still no Tencent


  • Tech News
  • Thursday, 10 Jan 2019

A child playing Tencent's 'Honour Of Kings'. There's still no mention of industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd on the latest list of approved titles. — Reuters

A child playing Tencent's 'Honour Of Kings'. There's still no mention of industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd on the latest list of approved titles. — Reuters

SHANGHAI: Chinese authorities have green lit a second batch of videogames after a freeze for most of last year, though once again there was no mention of industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd on the list of approved titles.

According to a list from China's broadcasting watchdog – the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television – 84 new videogames have been approved.

   

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