An avatar is displayed in an arranged photograph of the Honour of Kings mobile game, developed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., in Hong Kong, China, on Friday, August 18, 2017. The mobile smash, where professional doppelgängers get paid to help newbies climb both social and gaming ladders, is expected to generate as much as $3 billion in revenue this year. Photographer: Justin Chin/Bloomberg

Tencent to require all gamers to verify their identities with police database from next year

  • Tencent to expand anti-addiction measures to nine more games this year before introducing it to all games in 2019
  • Online games was the biggest contributor to revenue for Tencent last year
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An avatar is displayed in an arranged photograph of the Honour of Kings mobile game, developed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., in Hong Kong, China, on Friday, August 18, 2017. The mobile smash, where professional doppelgängers get paid to help newbies climb both social and gaming ladders, is expected to generate as much as $3 billion in revenue this year. Photographer: Justin Chin/Bloomberg
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