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The biggest game company in the world isn’t Nintendo — it’s a Chinese company that has a piece of everything from ‘Fortni...
You've almost certainly never heard of the biggest game company on the planet — especially if you're American.
Chinese giant Tencent is in talks to buy a $3.4 billion stake in Ariana Grande’s music label Universal Music Group
Vivendi, which owns UMG, says Tencent would also have an option to acquire an additional 10% stake in the music business. Vivendi's stock soared.
UK startup fintech TrueLayer just won funding from China’s Tencent and Singaporean wealth fund Temasek
The $35 million funding round, which is expected to close on Tuesday, is set to help fuel the company's expansion further into Europe and Asia.
Despite reportedly tracking and ranking its own citizens, China now says AI research should respect people’s privacy
It also said humanity should establish a global governance system to avoid creating a "malicious" AI race.
$2.5 billion video game company Roblox and China’s Tencent defied the growing tech ‘cold war’ and announced a big gaming partnership...
As worries of a tech Cold War between the United States and China loom, Roblox is signing a key deal with Chinese internet giant Tencent.
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.
After 8 seasons, China’s Game of Thrones fans left hanging as Tencent postpones last episode until further notice
Some people think it has to do with the US-China trade war.
With a focus on online multiplayer, "Call of Duty: Mobile" is the next entry in the best-selling franchise.
The biggest video game company in the world has pulled a blockbuster game in China, replacing it with a patriotic version where players wave when they...
Tencent is dropping support for "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" in China amid regulatory bureaucracy.
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.