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UK startup fintech TrueLayer just won funding from China's Tencent and Singaporean wealth fund Temasek

$2.5 billion video game company Roblox and China's Tencent defied the growing tech 'cold war' and announced a big gaming partnership

A free 'Call of Duty' game is headed to smartphones, and it has a massive Battle Royale mode β€” here's what we know so far

China has released its guidelines for approving new video games, one year after putting a freeze on new releases in the country

'Call of Duty: Mobile' is coming to Android and iOS this summer. Here's everything we know so far

Mark Zuckerberg's vision for Facebook sounds a lot like China, where I couldn't buy a cup of coffee without the app that dominates people's lives there

Reddit is reportedly raising a new round that could value the cat-obsessed site at $2.7 billion

'Fortnite' made nearly half a billion dollars on just Apple devices in 2018, according to a new report

China approves 80 new video games, ending the freeze on new releases that dominated 2018 β€” but the country's largest game publisher still isn't happy

A homework app that instantly solves problems for students with the snap of a photo is now worth $3 billion

The 10 highest-grossing iPhone apps in the world in 2018

A top video-game executive accused of farting on subordinates and hitting their genitals as a joke has been suspended without pay, but some employees want him gone entirely

China hasn't approved a single new video game for sale in 9 months, and that freeze could continue into 2019

Kids in China are trying every trick in the book to beat the facial recognition software that puts a mandatory time limit on popular video games

Fortnite's biggest competitor was just named Best Game of 2018 on Google Play

Tencent's profit spikes as its core gaming business shows signs of slowing down

Video game addiction has sparked a culture war in China β€” and it’s having huge repercussions for the world's biggest video game maker

A Peter Thiel-backed fintech that aims to be 'a mixture of Venmo, Zelle, Mint and Chase' is launching next year in the US

China is cracking down on new video games entering the country and it's costing publishing giants billions in profit

6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morning