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Recent articles about Tencent
China's largest technology company, Tencent, is taking on 5% of Ubisoft - continuing its progress into becoming by far the largest game company most gamers have never heard of
Big jumps in mobile games and smaller PC growth boost Chinese giant as financial year closes
Tencent will publish, promote and operate Ubisoft's PC and mobile titles in its home market
Chinese giant poured $632m into Douyu and led a $461m funding round into its rival Huya
Online giant pays unknown amount for undisclosed portion of Chinese publisher behind World of Legend
30 cases have been exposed as PUBG's community is cleaned up ahead of official Chinese launch
Deal includes potential social network aimed at Chinese children
The wildly popular game is not only coming to China, but it's about to get the mobile treatment
Gaming giant is the first Chinese tech company to cross that financial mark
Company-wide profit up to $2.7 billion, year-on-year increase of 67%
Chinese behemoth believes mobile games will help social media firm meet growth expectations
Tencent working with firm to deliver PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in China, says Korean Times
Online gaming giant behind Honour of Kings strikes deal with online retailer JD.com
Mobile revenue exceeded PC for the first time thanks to the success of games like Honor of Kings
Update: Bluehole confirms no investment was made by Chinese company
Former Sega Europe boss to lead European partnerships
Partnership with Chinese giant a turning point in HyperBrawl Tournament developer's history
Chinese company will pay £17.7 million for newly issued shares, Frontier's market cap now above £200 million
"Under 12 years old constitute a small proportion of our total user base and a smaller percentage of our paying user base"
Honour of Kings players under 12 restricted to one hour per day, two for under 18s
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