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Rumor: Tencent considering investment in Capcom

Rumor: Tencent considering investment in Capcom

| April 9, 2014

China’s Tencent has its hand in all sorts of different businesses, and it’s no stranger to investment in overseas game developers. But could the Chinese company be headed towards investment in one of Japan’s biggest gaming giants? That’s what rumors in the Chinese press are saying, with reports claiming that Capcom is considering accepting investment from the Chinese company.

There are no details available on what sort of investment the companies are looking at, and it’s quite possible this is all just a rumor. Still, Tencent has made several major investments in overseas game companies including Riot Games and Epic Games over the past few years, and it has also partnered with Capcom to operate the Japanese company’s games—like Monster Hunter Online—in China. The idea of a deeper partnership of some kind between the two being under consideration is certainly plausible.

(See: Highlights from Universal Studios Japan’s special Monster Hunter area)

We have contacted Tencent for comment on these rumors and will update this story if the company responds.

(via 17173, thanks to reader Fares for the heads up)

  • Tom McInnerney


  • Games in Asia

    Tom McInnerney Yes, sorry. Facebook occasionally bugs out and posts the same story twice for some reason. We’re woking on it!

  • Tom McInnerney

    Try using a PC instead of iOS. :)

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