Epic’s local partner Tencent Holdings, has been unable to get a licence to officially launch the game in China. Photo: Handout
Epic’s local partner Tencent Holdings, has been unable to get a licence to officially launch the game in China. Photo: Handout
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China gaming ban: Fortnite is shutting down due to Tencent’s failure to get a license for the wildly popular shooting game

  • US games developer Epic Games said that it is ending its three-year ‘testing’ of Fortnite, its massively-popular shooting game
  • Nexon, a Japanese-Korean game studio, announced that it would launch DnF Mobile in South Korea, with no mention of China date

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Epic’s local partner Tencent Holdings, has been unable to get a licence to officially launch the game in China. Photo: Handout
Epic’s local partner Tencent Holdings, has been unable to get a licence to officially launch the game in China. Photo: Handout
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