China’s video game freeze enters fifth month, as NetEase faces challenges over Harry Potter game

China’s suspension of new video game licences has stretched into the final month of the year, clouding prospects for gaming giants Tencent Holdings and NetEase.NetEase shares fell as much as 9 per cent on Tuesday, but gained more than 4 per on Wednesday, after it suspended the service of its popular emulation software that allowed personal computer users to play its hit new mobile game Harry Potter: Magic Awakened. The company cited the need for technical upgrades, raising concerns about the…

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