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Recent articles about The9
Shanghai-based firm has received licenses to release two of the French developer's games so far
Three year deal will see equal equity and profit split
The Tegra 4-powered Fun Box will launch this month
While revenue is up year-over-year, losses are way up
Net loss for year stands at $45m
Exclusive license for publishing and operating Cross Fire 2 in China
THQ, Glu Mobile, and Advanced Mobile Applications now publishing in Asian market
iOS devs porting to Google handsets can apply for part of $100m pot
Chinese publisher also licenses OpenFeint in new smartphone push
NetEase releases second WarCraft expansion after two year delay
US company accepts cash injection of $20m from China-based online operator
Former Chinese WoW operator funds two online gaming companies
Blizzard's decision to change license-holders hits Chinese operator hard
World of Warcraft in China now licensed to NetEase in a 3-year deal
World of Warcraft could be targeted in an attempt to stem outside influences
The Korean developer sold the stake for a USD 38 million equity investment to the Chinese game operator
Expansion pack The Burning Crusade boosts numbers and tempts existing players back to Blizzard's marketing leading MMO
Chief financial officer and senior vice president of The9, Hannah Lee, has resigned her position as of the end of February.
The value of both Activision and Vivendi's stock increased during the first day of trading following the announcement of a merger between the two companies
Chinese online game vendor The9 Limited announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase a 50 per cent stake in MSN China for USD 200 million
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