Blizzard-NetEase Partnership Ends

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California-based publishing giant Blizzard Entertainment has announced that it will be suspending its gaming services in China. This follows the expiration of its licensing agreement with the Chinese gaming company NetEase, which has been in effect since 2008.

Some of Blizzard’s most popular games include World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and the StarCraft series, and the end of this deal means that these games, among others, could soon go…

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