Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout
Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout

Tencent’s Call of Duty: Mobile launches in China with 50 million sign-ups and Jay Chou’s endorsement

  • Call of Duty: Mobile generated close to US$500 million in player spending in its first year, making it the 22nd most profitable mobile game in the world
  • Mobile and PC games revenue in China reached US$33.1 billion in 2019 and is projected to pass US$46.7 billion by 2024

Topic |   China technology
Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout
Licensed by Activision Blizzard and developed by Tencent, Call of Duty: Mobile has been endorsed by Chinese pop star Jay Chou. Photo: Handout
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