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The new, free "Call of Duty" smartphone game has a built-in 100-player Battle Royale mode.

A free ‘Call of Duty’ game is headed to smartphones, and it has a massive Battle Royale mode — here’s what we know so far

Forget about "Fortnite" and "PUBG Mobile" — a new, free Battle Royale shooter is headed to smartphones this summer.
"Call of Duty: Mobile" is coming to Android and iOS later this year.

‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ is coming to Android and iOS this summer. Here’s everything we know so far

With a focus on online multiplayer, "Call of Duty: Mobile" is the next entry in the best-selling franchise.

China has released its guidelines for approving new video games, one year after putting a freeze on new releases in the country

China generated $34 billion for the video game industry in 2018, but new games must adhere to the country's strict standards to be approved for sale.
Even street musicians use QR codes and mobile payments for tips.

Mark Zuckerberg’s vision for Facebook sounds a lot like China, where I couldn’t buy a cup of coffee without the app that dominates people&...

Mark Zuckerberg's vision for Facebook is uncannily similar to how Tencent's WeChat app dominates modern life in China. I saw it firsthand.

Would you wait in line for over 12 hours to get a red packet from your billionaire boss? One Tencent employee did

The line was so long that it snaked around the headquarters of Tencent, all the way up to the 48th floor of the building,
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Reddit is reportedly raising a new round that could value the cat-obsessed site at $2.7 billion

The social network and popular online forum Reddit is in talks with the Chinese tech company Tencent, according to TechCrunch.
China is the world's largest video game market and Tencent is the world's largest video game publisher.

China approves 80 new video games, ending the freeze on new releases that dominated 2018 — but the country’s largest game publisher still ...

China's Online Games Ethics Committee has approved 80 new games, the first batch since the country stopped reviewing new titles in March 2018.