Netease has announced the establishment of a new US office and plans to release Chinese games localized for Western audiences beginning this year.
Netease, a local internet giant in China, confronted Momo CEO Tang Yan about his alleged misconduct while he worked for Netease, prior to starting the app.
Asiasoft finally publishes a decent game that isn’t awful and doesn’t rip off IP! Say hello to Advance Dino, developed by NetEase.
A quick trawl through the biggest news portals on the Chinese web show the leaked photos posted in full by supposedly reputable sites.
Following the success of the China vs Korea Masters competition, Netease has teamed with e-Sports Square to bring us the China-Japan Hearthstone Challenge.
Netease Allstars is on the horizon, but it faces stiff competition. We break down the four innovations Netease is trying to bring to the MOBA genre.
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease's CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.
It’s fair to say that MOBA games are huge right now. Whether you look to record-breaking prize pools, or the genre’s play-time dominance in China, it’s a fact that’s impossible to ignore. Nor does it ...
UPDATE: Netease reports $377 million in game revenue for Q2, aims to have more Blizzard games out by year's end
Netease has posted strong Q2 numbers and vowed to try to get Diablo 3 and Heroes of the Storm released in China before the year is over.
Netease, publisher of Heroes of the Storm in China, merges MOBA with RTS to create Netease Allstars.
Heroes of the Storm becomes available in Chinese, plus a sneak peek at the next hero, Chen Stormstout.
Blizzard's beloved China GM Alex Dai has, rather unexpectedly, announced his resignation. Chinese Blizzard fans are sad.
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.
The West's big devs are all making the trip to ChinaJoy, and two of them will be in its brand new next-gen console section.
The game is apparently close to ready for play in Chinese...does that mean that the tech alpha could finally be headed towards a China release?
NetEase really wants China to be good at Hearthstone. First, it was CEO Ding Lei dangling a Ferrari in front of players who can win against Europe. Now, it’s an unprecedented offline tournament held b...