Business - Games in Asia
A total server census has just been released for China’s Guild Wars 2, and it has revealed a bunch of interesting information.
Southeast Asia’s game market is set to go down the same path of growth as China’s, according to iAppPay’s CEO, Qiu Yuekun.
Most of us reading Games in Asia probably wouldn’t identify Garena as an internet company, but that’s just what The Economist has crowned it.
CNNIC has released a report with the latest online and mobile gamer user numbers for China, and there are truly, truly massive.
Nick Yang of Lebox Capital, also the founder of Kongzhong, took to the stage at Mobile Game Asia 2014 to dispense sound advice on investing in China’s game market.
Well, it happened: this week LOL made it two straight years in the top spot every single week among Korean net cafe games.
Blizzard’s beloved China GM Alex Dai has, rather unexpectedly, announced his resignation. Chinese Blizzard fans are sad.
Ubisoft’s upcoming mobile hit, Just Dance Now, doesn’t just play off its powerful Just Dance franchise; it’s also got the secret sauce that Asian gamers will love.
The Nasscom Game Developers Conference (NGDC) India’s only games industry conference, has announced the call for speakers.
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In view of Singapore’s upcoming fiftieth birthday as a nation, the Media Development Authority (MDA) of the country has put out a call for celebratory games.
A Ningbo car rental kiosk system has been compromised by some Chinese students, who’ve been using one of the kiosks to play games.
Google and NASSCOM team up to help Indian game developers raise funds with Clanup.
Kinetiquettes is taking your favorite characters from games and bringing them to life as badass-looking figurines.
Oculus has a new message for China-based folks interested in the second dev kit for their Rift VR headset: not today.
The Xbox One is coming to China in September, and the latest news is that Neverwinter Online is going to be a launch title.
China’s PC gamers have spoken, and they’re not feeling great about the state of Chinese-developed games.