A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters
A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters
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Tencent in talks to create US$10 billion video game-streaming giant with Huya, DouYu merger

  • That deal would create a large video game-streaming platform with more than 300 million users
  • China’s video game-streaming market is projected to generate US$3.4 billion in revenue this year

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A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters
A Tencent Games sign is seen at the China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai on July 31. Video game-streaming platforms Huya and DouYu both feature Tencent Holdings’ marquee titles like PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings. Photo: Reuters
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