China's online gaming market grows revenues 19%

Tuesday 5 February 2013 | 01:37 CET | News
China online gaming market generated revenues of CNY 12.25 billion in Q4 2012, up 4.98 percent from the previous quarter and up 19.02 percent year-on-year. Tencent leads with a 40.9 percent share of revenues, followed by NetEase with a 17.4 percent share, and Shanda with a 9.4 percent share, the Digitimes writes citing research by Analysys International.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Tencent
Countries: China
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