Posts By C. Custer - Games in Asia
Could a lack of places to play real sports like soccer be a contributing factor in China’s high rate of video game addiction? Researchers think maybe so.
How Southeast Asian teams are preparing for Worlds: interviews on the eve of LOL’s biggest tournamentSeptember 16, 2014 | C. Custer | One Comment
Southeast Asia’s two hopes for a world title in League of Legends this year break down what they’ve been seeing in scrims, and what they think of their chances.
Korea’s newest TV drama is based on, and set in, the country’s video game industry.
The League of Legends Season 4 World Championship kicks off later this week in Taiwan and Singapore. Could a Chinese team actually win it?
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
Want to dominate the swirling sands of Shurima and earn those sweet-looking Ascension icons? Here’s what you need to know.
Wondering whether Riot Games’s new LoL game mode, Ascension, is worth your time? We took it for a spin and we have the answer within.
Here are the most popular PC games in China as of September, 2014.
A Chinese high school kid is reportedly undertaking one of the most ambitious indie development projects we’ve ever heard about, completely solo.
At least in terms of the online scams that get reported officially, it turns out that video games are one of the biggest sources of online scams in China.
Just how big is mobile gaming in Japan? Big enough that when it comes to earning money, mobile games are eclipsing every other kind of app.
If you’ve spent any time surfing or gaming at an internet cafe in China, you may have gotten a little more from that experience than you bargained for (or wanted).