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Live-streaming companies Huya and DouYu drive cloud-based gaming in China

You say, Huya and DouYu? What about it, is it in China? So Huya recently introduced its Yowa cloud gaming service, following rival DouYu’s launch of its own cloud games platform in March. But here comes a very funny fact; both companies are controlled by Tencent Holdings, which runs the world’s largest video games business by revenue.

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PUBG Mobile has made over $3 billion

Tencent’s PUBG Mobile has seen strong revenue growth in the first half of 2020, bringing it to $3 billion in total lifetime revenue.

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Chinese Twitch is called Trovo Live

China’s largest company has been quietly testing a mobile-focused streaming network via an affiliate in the U.S. since at least March. Initially called Madcat and now branded Trovo Live, the new service closely resembles Twitch in its appearance and functionality.  Tencent Holdings Ltd. is rolling out a live-streaming service similar to Amazon.com Inc.’s Twitch in the U.S.,…

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Tencent’s John Clark ready for Nordic Game, NG20 Online

It’s a great pleasure for the organisers of NG20, 27-29 May in Malmö, Sweden to announce that John Clark, VP of partnerships, Europe at Tencent, have joined as a speaker. NG20 migrated online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will take place from May 27 to 29

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