Sexism in gaming is common worldwide but more openly tolerated in China, where feminism is silenced and stigmatised.
With the focus on the upcoming PlayStation 5, developers release a pared-back follow-up to critically acclaimed PES 2020.
The next-generation Sony console arrives worldwide in November, except in mainland China, where some gamers are scouring e-commerce sites for imports.
Popular mobile games are being called out for violating user privacy during China’s internet clean-up campaign.
Ikea is developing about 30 gaming-related products in Shanghai that will go on sale in February 2021, followed by worldwide release later in the year.
A virtual boyfriend dating sim kicked off a wave of games in China designed specifically for female gamers.
India bans PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile Lite and more than 100 other mobile apps over security and sovereignty concerns
Comments from Game Science founder and CEO Feng Ji ignited a debate about the mistreatment of female gamers.
Chinese streaming platforms edited the trailer for the next highly anticipated Call of Duty game, cutting out a second-long clip of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.
Fall Guys, from British studio Mediatonic, has become a summer sensation after launching in August on PC and PlayStation 4.
JD.com and Tmall received tens of thousands of pre-orders for Ring Fit Adventure before suspending the option on their platforms on Friday.
Low-skill casual games within China’s favourite chat app are upending stereotypes about what it means to be a gamer.
The hit workout game could boost sales of the Chinese Nintendo Switch, which is distributed by Tencent.
Microsoft’s new Flight Simulator is now available worldwide, but not in China, causing some to wonder about the reason for its absence.
Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 only released 2,000 tickets for a stadium with a capacity of 19,000 as the effects of Covid-19 linger.
Fortnite, which has some 350 million players, has been a lifeline to the outside world for kids trapped at home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pokémon Go was banned in China just months after the game launched in 2016.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced plans to remove “untrusted” Chinese apps from US stores, which could include many games.
Gaming giants Tencent and NetEase already have their own verification systems, but China will soon have a nationwide system.