Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)
Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)

South Korea asks China to stop banning its games

South Korean developers have been locked out of China for two years, seemingly over an anti-missile system dispute

Topic |   Gaming
Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)
Tencent, a stakeholder in PUBG creator Bluehole, tried for nearly a year to bring PUBG to China, but to no avail. (Picture: Bluehole)
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