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  1. FILE PHOTO: People visit Tencent's booth at the World 5G Exhibition in Beijing

    Tencent in US$148 million bid for online games maker Funcom

    China's Tencent Holdings has launched a bid for Norwegian computer games-maker Funcom, valuing the Oslo-listed firm at 1.33 billion Norwegian ...
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    Parents think teens spend too much time playing video games: Study

    More than half of parents with teens who played daily said their child spent at least three hours a day gaming.
  3. FILE PHOTO: Premier League - Arsenal v Manchester City

    Ozil removed from computer game in China over Uighur comments

    Arsenal's Mesut Ozil has been removed from Konami's eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2020 computer game in China over his comments about the ...
  4. Paris Games Week (PGW) trade fair for video games in Paris

    Nintendo's Switch gaming console to launch in China on December 10

    Nintendo Co's will officially launch its Switch gaming console in mainland China on December 10 for 2,099 yuan (US$298.20), local partner Tencent ...
  5. The Electronic Arts Inc., logo is displayed on a screen during a PlayStation 4 Pro launch event in

    New 'Star Wars' title from EA set to be big draw this holiday season

    Electronic Arts Inc launched "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" on Friday, garnering strong reviews for its flagship action-adventure series that is ...
  6. Paris Games Week (PGW) trade fair for video games in Paris

    Nintendo shares jump almost 7% after strong Switch Lite launch

    Shares in Nintendo jumped almost 7 per cent on Friday, a day after the Japanese gaming company reported strong demand for a low-cost version of ...
  7. A customer tests Apple's new iPhone 11 after it went on sale at the Apple Store in Beijing

    Amazon Prime Video back after brief disappearance from Apple's app stores

    Amazon Inc's streaming service, Prime Video, disappeared from Apple Inc's app store on Friday.
  8. Dancers perform underneath logo of Tencent at Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing

    Tencent takes 29% stake in computer games maker Funcom

    China's Tencent Holding Ltd has agreed to buy a 29per cent stake in Oslo-listed computer games developer Funcom , becoming the biggest ...