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01.05.13
Dragon Sword trailer focuses on action combat
01.05.13

Dragon Sword trailer focuses on action combat

Dragon Sword, a new title by the Chinese company NetEase, has put out a new trailer highlightin...

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03.21.12
Blizzard and NetEase renew license deal for WoW in China
03.21.12

Blizzard and NetEase renew license deal for WoW in China

World of Warcraft may be bleeding subs in America thanks to newer competition, but don't tell tha...

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11.17.11
World of Warcraft profits on the rise in China
11.17.11

World of Warcraft profits on the rise in China

Sister site Massively reported earlier today that World of Warcraft isn't just doing fine in Ch...

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11.17.11
World of Warcraft is doing quite well in China, thank you very much
11.17.11

World of Warcraft is doing quite well in China, thank you very much

Earlier this month we heard the news that World of Warcraft's subscriber base took yet another su...

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03.19.11
StarCraft 2 open beta begins in China on March 29
03.19.11

StarCraft 2 open beta begins in China on March 29

Just as we experienced here in the United States, mainland China is about to undergo a beta testi...

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08.16.10
Wrath of the Lich King: China's version
08.16.10

Wrath of the Lich King: China's version

China is rejoicing at the release of Wrath of the Lich King (finally!), but the game they will be p...

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07.30.10
Analyst: Call of Duty Online could make $100 million in its first year
07.30.10

Analyst: Call of Duty Online could make $100 million in its first year

Rumors have been flying around about a subscription-based Call of Duty game for some time now -- Ac...

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03.03.10
NetEase loses WoW director, Li Riqiang
03.03.10

NetEase loses WoW director, Li Riqiang

World of Warcraft in China continues to walk a rocky path. NetEase, the company currently license...

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02.25.10
Chinese World of Warcraft project chief resigns
02.25.10

Chinese World of Warcraft project chief resigns

Just when it seemed that NetEase had finally gotten things under control to operate World of Warcra...

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