A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema
A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema
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Amazon’s clash with Tencent killed its Lord of the Rings video game after the Chinese tech giant acquired Leyou

  • Amazon and Tencent failed to agree to terms to keep developing a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings MMORPG
  • Leyou, Amazon’s partner for the game, was acquired by Tencent in December for US$1.3 billion

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A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema
A dispute between Amazon and partner Leyou’s new owner Tencent resulted in the companies canceling development of a highly anticipated Lord of the Rings video game for PC and consoles. Photo: New Line Cinema
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