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Tencent Games upcoming Mobile Games Projects || Rainbow Six, For Honor etc.

Tencent is the world’s largest gaming company, and it owns pieces of Activision, Riot and more. Over the past seven years, the Chinese giant has been buying up bits and pieces of video game companies, expanding its influence throughout the Western world. Tencent has been in the news again lately thanks to helping Ubisoft stave off a hostile takeover by French entertainment giant Vivendi.

The deal keeps control of Ubisoft with CEO Yves Guillemot and his family, while giving the publisher an established channel for bringing its biggest games into the world’s largest gaming market. Prior to Tencent’s purchase of a 5 percent stake in Ubisoft, the duo teamed up to release the successful Might & Magic Heroes: Era of Chaos mobile game, designed for a Chinese audience.

•After acquiring a 5% stake in Ubisoft and signing a strategic partnership, Tencent will operate, publish, and promote the developer’s game titles in China.
•Tencent has focused heavily on the mobile video games market, successfully porting PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS to mobile.
•Esports up-comer Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege might get the mobile treatment, further accelerating the game’s growth.

Last month, Tencent and Ubisoft revealed a strategic agreement in which Tencent will operate, publish, and promote the game developer’s most successful titles on PC and mobile in the Chinese market. The agreement comes on the heels of Vivendi’s $2.56B exit from Ubisoft, that saw Tencent invest in the French gamemaker, acquiring a 5% stake in the company.

Although this may not be very exciting for us westerners initially, keep in mind that Tencent has released games around here. The best example of this is   the Battlegrounds of PlayerUnknown  , which began life as an exclusive Chinese but later released everywhere.

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TENCENT GAMES PURCHASES UBISOFT



ByLuíz Henrique

Posted in April 7, 2018





Tencent recently made a 5% stake in Ubisoft, and as a result of that agreement plans to launch some of its mobile games in China.

Although this may not be very exciting for us westerners initially, keep in mind that Tencent has released games around here. The best example of this is   the Battlegrounds of PlayerUnknown  , which began life as an exclusive Chinese but later released everywhere.

So, it may be a very good thing, but which Ubisoft games could we see on the phone? Well, it turns out that the priority is in titles that have potential multiplayer and esports. Oh, and RPGs too.

TENCENT HAS ACQUIRED A 5% STAKE IN UBISOFT AND WILL PUBLISH ITS GAMES ON THE MOBILE PHONE INITIALLY IN CHINA AS USUAL

An OFFICIAL spokesman for Tencent said:

"We are looking first for games in genres that have proved successful in China. So we're starting to consider games with multiplayer elements and potential esports, and also games with RPG mechanics. "

As you read this, some particular games come to mind. We put our money right away in   Rainbow Six: Siege   and   For Honor  , but it also leaves the door open for the likes of   The Division  or   Ghost Recon  .

But still, there is huge potential for some exciting Ubisoft games to hit Android soon as Watch Dogs 2, Far Cry and Assassin's Creed, all we can do is wait.

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