China green-lights publishing 45 international games

For the first time since August 2021, China’s video games regulator has approved the publishing licences of 45 international games, including Pokemon Unite, Don’t Starve, and Valorant.

As well as the games developed by studios outside of China, 84 domestic games have also been given the green light in China, which Reuters calls “the world’s largest gaming market”.

Chinese megacorps like Tencent and NetEase are amongst those receiving approval, with the former reportedly securing licences for six of its games in December.

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