ByteDance’s gaming chief sets out global ambition to rival Nintendo and Blizzard after US$4 billion Moonton deal

ByteDance’s gaming chief, Yan Shou, said that the Beijing-based tech giant needs to focus on becoming a global gaming company to rival international gaming powerhouses such as Nintendo and Activision Blizzard, according to an internal speech, a copy of which was obtained by the South China Morning Post.The operator of hit app TikTok, which has a vast user base with 3 billion global installs, has been expanding into the gaming industry by hiring more than 3,000 people for its gaming unit within…

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