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Diablo Immortal delayed in gaming's biggest market
Diablo Immortal has been delayed in gaming's biggest mobile market, and NetEase is preparing free items/content as an apology.
Streamer spends $6,000 on Diablo Immortal, doesn't get any 5-star gems
One streamer spends more than most of America's monthly salaries on Diablo Immortal and didn't get a single 5-star legendary gem.
Report: NetEase to buy Star Wars Eclipse developer Quantic Dream
Chinese juggernaut NetEase will reportedly acquire the remaining shares in Detroit: Become Human developer Quantic Dream.
Naraka Bladepoint's NetEase earned $9.8 billion from games in 2021
Chinese online games giant NetEase hade made $9.8 billion from live and premium games like Naraka Bladepoint throughout 2021.
Marvel teams up with Chinese titan NetEase to make new games
Marvel partners up with one of China's biggest games-makers for new projects.
Bungie might've spent NetEase investment to buy back Destiny
Activision made $164 million from selling Destiny's publishing rights to Bungie.
Detroit: Become Human sales to hit 3m & Quantic Dream expand
Quantic Dream expands to 300 employees in wake of 'Detroit: Become Human almost reaching 3 million units sold.
Quantic Dream partners with NetEase for next-gen games
NetEase buys stake in Quantic Dream to help fulfill its multi-platform vision.
NetEase to publish Blizzard games in China thru 2023
NetEase will continue bringing key Blizzard franchises to China for the next four years.
Bungie could morph into a developer-publisher
Bungie may have broken away from Activision, but it could get help from Chinese juggernaut NetEase for future games.
Tencent reigns gaming industry's 1H'18 earnings
Analyst firm Newzoo ranks 2018's top ten games industry earners by revenue.
NetEase Games' Legend: Rising Empire Launches on Google Play, Hits Apple App Store October 26th
Bungie trademarks Matter, may be new game IP
Matter could be Bungie's new $100 million IP.
Bungie secures $100 million for new 'bold vision'
Chinese company NetEase has invests in Bungie's new vision to develop and self-publish its own games.