TI4 set records with its $10m prize, and I think that's great. But here's why it shouldn't happen again.
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The consensus outside China seems to be disappointment in a lackluster final series between Newbee and VG. But what did Chinese fans think?
CNNIC has released a report with the latest online and mobile gamer user numbers for China, and there are truly, truly massive.
If you're a fan of League of Legends and have ever played the champion Jinx, you owe it to yourself to check out this music video. Warning: it rocks.
Well, it happened: this week LOL made it two straight years in the top spot every single week among Korean net cafe games.
Blizzard's beloved China GM Alex Dai has, rather unexpectedly, announced his resignation. Chinese Blizzard fans are sad.
What do you do when you want to game but don't have the scratch? This one Chinese college grad took to scaling skyscrapers to steal from the apartments inside!
You know you have it: that book, show, or movie that you’re just dying to see turned into a video game. Tell us what you want to see. You never know, maybe some developers will see this and get inspir...
Blizzard's China cosplay contest will wrap up at ChinaJoy, but you can take a sneak peek at some of the finalists right now!
Looking for a new monster to spice up your Monster Hunter Online beta experience? Gamers can vote for a new one that'll actually get added to the game at ChinaJoy.
Diablo 3 is coming to China, but exactly when is still up in the air. It has taken more than 700 days to censor the game for China, and it could take more.
ChinaJoy is, perhaps unfortunately, better known for its eye candy than for its game content. But how do those women get there? What do they go through?
Lee Sin nerfs are coming to League of Legends, but China loves Lee Sin, and the country's LOL players aren't happy.
After a bitter and controversial defeat at the hands of Na'Vi last year, Hao is back at TI4 getting revenge on the Europeans on the biggest Dota 2 stage on earth.
As Chinese team Newbee secured its spot at the Key Arena when TI4 kicks off again later this week, rumors swirled on the Chinese web about problems within the team.
Chinese fans are asked to vote on whether this year could finally be the year Chinese teams bring home the gold. Their answer might surprise you.
A quick tweet about the game Ninja Must Die—or was it—turned into a controversial firestorm in China's professional League of Legends scene.