Chinese state media changes its mind, suggests videogames are good actually

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It must be a wild ride working in the Chinese games industry. One minute you’re riding high, the next your colossal firm is suddenly less valuable than a liquor company (opens in new tab). The Chinese government’s tech crackdown, and its long standing suspicion of videogames as a medium, makes China’s domestic games market a notoriously choppy one to navigate (opens in new tab), even though companies like Tencent and NetEase are major international players.

No wonder, then, that Chinese…

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