Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP
Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP

Tencent bolsters lead in China’s video game live-streaming market, fending off rivals ByteDance, Alibaba

  • The Shenzhen-based internet giant has paid US$262.6 million to take control of game live-streaming platform Huya
  • The firm also has stakes in other major game live-streaming platform operators, including DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili

Topic |   US-listed Chinese stocks
Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP
Tencent Holdings has interests in multiple video game live-streaming platforms, including Huya, DouYu, Kuaishou and Bilibili. Photo: AP
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