PUBG Mobile is not licensed in China but Tencent still earns money

Publisher Tencent has released huge sales figures for PUBG Mobile PUBG Mobile brings growth revenue for Tencent. Recently, publisher T...


Publisher Tencent has released huge sales figures for PUBG Mobile


PUBG Mobile brings growth revenue for Tencent.

Recently, publisher Tencent has released huge sales figures for the PUBG Mobile game, showing the significant impact of this Battle royale series. According to IHS Markit (Information Handling Services) and Priori Data, Tencent's revenue has more than doubled since the end of 2018. Of course, PUBG Mobile plays a big role, helping issuers achieve growth. 189% between the fourth quarter of 2018 and the first quarter of 2019, more significantly, revenue outside China reached 209%.


IHS Markit analyst Louis Shorthouse said: "PUBG Mobile's net sales in March only increased 241% despite game downloads being tended to decrease."

"This is Tencent's resounding international success in the context of interrupted domestic game market. The 9-month freezing of game approval process in China in 2018 affects big plans. of all domestic game publishers, "added Shorthouse. (The Chinese government has recently introduced new laws to tighten up games that are full of power).

Tencent announced to stop operating PUBG in China.

Just a week ago Tencent announced that it would stop supporting PUBG in China because it took more than a year for state-approved approval to issue. Facing this difficulty, Tencent launched a new game called Game For Peace. The publisher stated that the game praised heroes who protected airspace and restrained violence, in line with China's newly promulgated regulations. The terrorist-themed game is quite similar to PUBG, except for a few minor changes.


Tencent has released a new game called Game For Peace instead of PUBG.

Game For Peace is being responded positively by the Chinese and international gaming community and is a good sign for players in China when PUBG is completely closed.
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