The Chinese freeze on approving new games since March, which is expected to stretch into next year, is estimated to have cost game companies ~$1.4B in revenue (Shan Li/Wall Street Journal)

Shan Li / Wall Street Journal:
The Chinese freeze on approving new games since March, which is expected to stretch into next year, is estimated to have cost game companies ~$1.4B in revenue  —  The halt, in place since March, is said to have cost companies such as Tencent and NetEase roughly $1.4 billion in lost revenue



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