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China ends its freeze on new game titles–good for Tencent soon-ish

China's media regulators have ended a nine-month freeze on the approval of new video games in the $30 billion Chinese market. Global industry (and Chinese market leader) Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) didn't have a title among the 80 new games approved, but the end of the freeze is good news for Tencent, which reported its first […]

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