Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters
Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters

Video game live-streaming giants Huya and DouYu are merging, giving Tencent control of a US$10 billion industry behemoth

  • Huya is acquiring DouYu to create a US$10 billion juggernaut in the video game live-streaming industry
  • Tencent, already China’s largest gaming company by revenue, will control two thirds of the new company

Topic |   Tencent
Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters
Video game live-streaming platform Huya announced a merger with DouYu, its main rival, which will further solidify Tencent’s dominance of China’s e-sports and gaming markets. Photo: Reuters
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