Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock
Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock

Sexism in gaming is rife in China and more stark than ever following comments from CEO behind Black Myth: Wukong

  • Women make up nearly half of all gamers in China, but they’re not spending nearly as much money on games as men, the main target audience
  • Feminist voices as seen in the #MeToo movement are often censored in China, hurting the push for equality in gaming

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Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock
Nearly half of all gamers in China are women, but they contribute to less than a quarter of industry revenue in the country. Picture: Shutterstock
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