On September 22, PICO, a VR brand owned by ByteDance, held a new product launch event, and officially released the new PICO 4 series of products to Europe, America, Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asia.
StarHeir Technology, a virtual fashion startup, has recently completed two rounds of financing totaling tens of millions of yuan, with investors including Cathay Capital, New World Development Company Limited, X Museum and its exisiting shareholder NetEase.
In last week’s VC news, General Motors invests in Chinese autonomous driving startup Momenta, Nreal raises new funds for international expansion, NetEase invests in game publisher Kepler Interactive.
On Feb. 24, 2021, China’s leading video streaming platform Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) announced unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter of the year, as well as for the fiscal year ending on Dec. 31, 2020.
On Dec. 25, Lin Qi, CEO of Chinese digital game company Yoozoo and co-producer of Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of The Three-Body Problem, passed away at the age of 39 after a suspected poisoning.
Episode 68 of Tech Buzz China features our co-host Rui Ma in dialogue with Shang Koo, the CFO of M17 Entertainment, or M17.asia, which is a livestreaming company popular in Taiwan and Japan.
Discussions over iQIYI’s next ten years resurfaced as it faced its tenth anniversary on April 22. With a host of challenges ahead, iQIYI, which is now so much more than a video provider, still strives to sell its “Online Disney” story to both investors and users.
37 Interactive Entertainment reported a steady increase in revenues and surging profits in the first quarter of 2020 as the company pivots more to markets outside China.
IQIYI, an online entertainment service in China, held its annual iJOY Conference in Shanghai on October 15th.
China’s video sharing and streaming platform Bilibili announced a collaboration with the Discovery Channel on Sept. 17, saying the two will co-produce contents and bring 145 documentaries and more than 200 hours of exclusive Discovery material to Chinese audiences.
One of China’s biggest gaming exhibitions, ChinaJoy2018, closed on August 6th in Shanghai with many companies showcasing games, applications and gadgets on the annual event.