Chinese Game-Makers’ Long Winter Begins to Thaw
Gaming companies can finally breathe a sigh of relief now that 80 games have received approval for release in China, after a 10-month freeze in the world’s largest gaming market.
The list of newly approved titles was made public Saturday by the country’s National Radio and Television Administration.
Caixin reported on Dec. 21 that an initial group of titles had been approved and were awaiting receipt of official publication numbers. But an official urged companies to be patient due to a big backlog of applications, saying that digesting the backlog would take some time.
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