While everyone’s talking about Tencent’s recent social media success with WeChat, the 16-year-old internet giant still has a vast web empire it’s building up.
The news of Doom bots hitting the PBE is out in China, and Chinese LOL players are excited.
After more than a year of closed betas, we're finally maybe close to seeing CODOL hit the open interwebs. What's taking so long?
So, it turns out Tencent's teaser site wasn't for a new game after all. Sorry for the letdown, Attack on Titan fans.
The tease for Tencent's latest game continues, and the latest information reveals the game will feature 20+ giant monsters destroying cities. Sounds awesome!
Have you ever wanted to play a game about giants? Chinese game developer and publisher Tencent might be about to give you your chance.
In the latest episode of Champion Spokesman, Corn and Zzitai break down how to slice and dice in the mid lane with Yasuo.
Chinese gamers respond to emotional Reddit post about how LOL helped a son through his father's death
League of Legends helped a UK-based redditor through his father's death, but the story struck a major chord with Chinese gamers.
Beyond the big screen, China's internet giants lie in wait as dominant future avenues to reach audiences, and they're all hungry for original content.
If Riot Games thought Curse Voice was bad, it needs to see Tencent’s Official League of Legends Assistant
A while back, Riot Games took a pretty strict stance on third-party mods and Curse Voice, and we do mean strict. Over in China though, things are a bit different… Riot Games is aware of what players w...
Chinese Universe Publishing and Media Company bought a 100 percent stake in Elex Technology Company for RMB 2.7 billion.
In an eSports scene where the debate around the world's favorite two MOBA/ARTS games was already ugly, things just got uglier.
Activision's free-to-play Chinese COD seems to have run into some trouble, but Raven Software's founder promises to drag it out.
Like most people, you probably kicked off the LPL summer season by watching the first LPL matches, But if you missed the opening ceremony then you missed this gem of an LOL-themed rap song.
Heroes of Newerth is coming to China to give the country some MOBA competition, and surprisingly it's coming via Tencent, which already dominates the genre.
InSec to Star Horn may be one of the biggest transfers of the League of Legends offseason, but how is the Korean jungler adjusting to his new home and team?