China has a ton of mobile gamers, but its much smaller PC crowd are still mostly the ones forking out the dough.
China's online P2P lending market continues to grow, and it broke a new record for total deal volume in April. Guess how many billion the monthly P2P lending ma...
For the second quarter in a row, year-on-year revenue growth in China's mobile gaming has slowed. Could the industry's breakneck-speed development finally have ...
Black Desert's final closed beta attracted a massive number of signups during the limited window it was available. This game is going to be big.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
At least in terms of the online scams that get reported officially, it turns out that video games are one of the biggest sources of online scams in China.
Just how big is mobile gaming in Japan? Big enough that when it comes to earning money, mobile games are eclipsing every other kind of app.
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease's CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.
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.
A new report breaks down China's internet cafe gaming habits for the months of June and July.
The massive Tencent gaming engine rolled on, seeing more growth and taking in nearly $2 billion in Q2 2014.
CNNIC has released a report with the latest online and mobile gamer user numbers for China, and there are truly, truly massive.
China's PC gamers have spoken, and they're not feeling great about the state of Chinese-developed games.
WoW celebrates its ninth anniversary in China this year with a cool infographic breaking down exactly what Chinese players have been up to.
The chart of China's top ten League of Legends players right now reveals the reason OMG is sitting at the top of the table this year.
Korea's gamers may love Starcraft, but data on what they're playing in internet cafes right now shows they love LoL, Sudden Attack, and FIFA a lot more.