2017 Chinese Game Billboard is Coming (Video)

Voting is now open for users to pick their favorite games of 2017. Voting closes on December 29th and the awards ceremony will take place on January 18. Check out the video below to see some of the categories and the nominees that are currently leading.  

League of Legends All-Star 2017

China had an amazing showing at the 2017 League of Legends All-Star tournament, taking home first place in both 1v1 and 5v5. They managed to defeat League of Legends titans of the LCK in a best of three, 2-1 during semi-finals, and went head-to-head against LMS in a best of five for the finals, including... Continue Reading →

LPL 2017 League of Legends Awards

The LPL 2017 League of Legends Awards ceremony took place yesterday, November 27, at the Shanghai Shipyard 1862 Theatre. The awards are a red carpet, tuxedo type of affair that looks back on the last season of League of Legends and rewards players, casters, coaches, and others for their improvement, skills, or contributions. Winners are... Continue Reading →

REDemption: LPL Wins Rift Rivals 2017 Asian Region

After four days of intense competition, the Chinese League of Legends division, LPL, triumphed in the Rift Rivals 2017 Asian region tournament against the LCK (Korea) and the LMS (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao). The first day of competition saw China with 2 wins and 2 losses (1 win and 1 loss to both LMS and... Continue Reading →

Ubisoft Wins E3 in China

E3 isn’t an especially popular expo in China for a variety of reasons, in particular because it’s essentially a trade show of games Chinese gamers will never get the opportunity to play. China has its own electronics and gaming expo in the form of ChinaJoy in Shanghai, which includes booths from not only the likes... Continue Reading →

Taobao Offers Pokemon Go Essentials

Pokemon Go, the mobile game released in selected countries in July 2016, has become a global phenomenon with more than 130 million downloads. Although analysts say China will likely never get Pokemon Go for various reasons (including ties with Google and heavy reliance on GPS), popular online retailer Taobao is advertising Pokemon Go “essentials” on... Continue Reading →

ChinaJoy 2016: The Future of VR and Mobile Gaming

ChinaJoy is like the E3 of China, the Tokyo Game Show of Shanghai. It features nearly every company with a finger in the video game pie, whether it be mobile, console, or computer; both hardware and software. There are booths for motherboards, PC case mods, headphones, and keyboard; stages set for League of Legends, CounterStrike,... Continue Reading →

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China Gameplay

This installation in the Assassin's Creed franchise will take take players to China in 1526 during the collapse of the Ming Dinasty. The last member of the Chinese Brotherhood, Shao Jun, returns to her hometown on a journey for revenge against the Templars in a 2.5D adventure. It is one of three games in the... Continue Reading →

Less Clothes, More Cute: Objectification of Female Streamers

In the past couple months, video game streamers have been the focus of some concern. As a result of the rise in streaming video platforms (such as twitch.tv), and a trend of hyper-competition, the worth of many professional streamers has soared so that annual salaries of a million or tens of millions of RMB isn't... Continue Reading →

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