Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters
Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters
Jennifer Li
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Across The Border by Jennifer Li

Mobile game market to triple in size to 152b yuan by 2018, with Tencent out in front

4G and Wi-Fi present more opportunities, while quicker pace of life and longer working hours increase demand for entertainment on the move

Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters
Tencent’s recent purchase of Supercell, a deal valued at roughly US$8.6 billion, will expand the Chinese video game and social network group’s interests overseas. Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters
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Jennifer Li

Jennifer Li

Jennifer Li is a market reporter at business desk, following equity and currency markets in the mainland and Hong Kong. She is also interested in latest development in primary market and asset management industry. Before joining SCMP, she worked for The Standard, covering breaking business news in Hong Kong and the mainland, with topics ranging from listed companies to macro economy.