There are 805 licensed fish shooting games, such as the popular Ocean Fortune, currently operating in mainland China, according to government data. Photo: Google Play
There are 805 licensed fish shooting games, such as the popular Ocean Fortune, currently operating in mainland China, according to government data. Photo: Google Play

Tencent throws out popular fish shooting games from app stores amid China’s tightened video gaming regulation

  • Chinese internet giant Tencent has removed popular fish shooting games from its app stores as part of a ‘risk inspection’ campaign
  • Fish shooting games, in which players use cannons to shoot a variety of fish in a pool for rewards, are one of the most profitable gaming genres in China

There are 805 licensed fish shooting games, such as the popular Ocean Fortune, currently operating in mainland China, according to government data. Photo: Google Play
There are 805 licensed fish shooting games, such as the popular Ocean Fortune, currently operating in mainland China, according to government data. Photo: Google Play
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