On May 16th, Tencent Holdings unveiled over 60 new video game titles at the organization’s annual gaming conference. This news comes just days after the company’s subsidiary, TiMi Studios, announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft’s Xbox Game Studios.
“Video games are becoming a ‘super digital scenario’ with endless possibilities,” said Steven Ma, Tencent’s Senior Vice President, at this year’s conference. “With the rapid growth of technologies, games are playing a different role in many areas … and it’s unleashing unimaginable power.”
Several big-budget games were featured during the event. This included titles like SYNCED: Off-Planet and Roblox.
Tencent is a technology conglomerate based in China. It was founded in 1998 and has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 2004. It is best known for its hit mobile games: Honor of Kings and PUBG Mobile.
(All information was provided by Jing Daily, South China Morning Post, and Caixin Global)
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