Tencent Replaces 'PUBG' in China With More Patriotic 'Game for Peace'
'Game for Peace' is reportedly very similar to 'PUBG' and 'pays tribute to the blue sky warriors that guard our country’s airspace.'
Tencent Will Require Players’ Real Names to Limit Play Time
China’s largest video game company will restrict the play time of underage players by checking their names against a Beijing database.
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China Is Using Potato Chip Bags to Sell Bob Dylan Lyrics
Marketing gimmicks, they are a-changin'.
Does China Even Need Steam?
Tencent prepares to release a new digital storefront in China that greatly resembles Steam.
Why Would Tencent Want to Buy UFC?
UFC could be a lucrative source of content for Tencent’s home market of China.
Popular Chinese Browser Transmits User Info With Terrible Encryption
Revelations about poor security in QQ Browser follow findings of vulnerabilities in other Chinese browsers.
Road FC Enters the Chinese Market, Partners with Country's Tech Giants
Korea's largest MMA promotion is partnering with some heavy hitters for its inaugural China event.
WeChat Blocks Uber (Again) In Ongoing China Rideshare War
The parent company of WeChat and Uber competitor Didi Kuaidi has “permanently” blocked Uber accounts.
Customized Boarding Passes Can Hack Computers
Yang Yu and his team created their own series of boarding passes and programmed different commands into each that would be read by the scanner.
All Eyes Are on WeChat, Including the Chinese Government's
The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?