Apr 12, 2022 04:29 AM

China Ends Game Freeze by Approving First Titles Since July

(Bloomberg) — China approved the first batch of new video game licenses since July, ending a months-long hiatus that put the world’s largest mobile gaming arena on edge.

The National Press and Publication Administration published a list of 45 titles on its website late Monday. Industry leaders Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc. were noticeably absent from a lineup that included a Baidu Inc. game, XD Inc.’s Flash Party and iDreamSky Technology Holdings Ltd.’s Watch Out for Candles.

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