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China grants licences to 69 online games

08/01/2022 | 10:09am EDT
FILE PHOTO: People play online games on computers at an internet cafe in Beijing

HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's gaming regulator on Monday granted publishing licences to 69 online games, including titles belonging to developers such as G-bits Network Technology Xiamen Co Ltd and iDreamSky.

Titles belonging to tech companies Tencent and NetEase Inc were not on the approved list published by the National Press and Public Administration.

(The regulator corrects number of games to 69 from 136 previously)

(Reporting by Beijing newsroom; Writing by Twinnie Siu; Editing by Susan Fenton)


© Reuters 2022
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