Tencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: ReutersTencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: Reuters
Tencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: Reuters

Tencent, NetEase get new video game licences after nine-month freeze, clearing cloud of uncertainty

  • The State Administration of Press and Publications has now approved a total of 352 new game titles since March last year

Topic |   Video gaming
Tencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: ReutersTencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: Reuters
Tencent Holdings, publisher of blockbuster video game Honour of Kings, on Thursday received licences for two lesser-known functional mobile games. Photo: Reuters
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