Saturday, 17th, 2019 | 8:19PM Updated

The massively popular mobile game Pokemon Go as played on an iPhone. The game has yet to be made available in China and is likely to go through several hurdles before it can be released.
Privacy Concerns Will Welcome Chinese Pokemon Go Fans, Experts Say

A Shanghai-based mobile game developer has raised 50,000 yuan via crowdfunding in an attempt to sue China's media watchdog over a new approval rule.
China's Media Watchdog Might Get Sued Over New Approval Rule

Tencent is planning to export its mobile games to Western markets.
After China, Tencent Eyes Overseas Expansion of Mobile-game Domination

In 2014, the rapidly growing gaming market of China has surpassed $18 billion.
China Sees Rapid Online Gaming Growth, Reaches 517 Million Gamers

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A Kakao Talk employee displays a mobile game on a smartphone at the company’s headquarters in Seongam, South Korea.
South Korea’s Daum Kakao Eyes Mobile Gaming in China

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