China gaming crackdown: latest freeze on new video game licences could surpass record delay in 2018, putting industry on edge

China’s extended freeze on new video game licences is set to enter its ninth month, raising speculation that this could surpass the previous record length of delay, which would put more pressure on the market and its many small developers, according to industry insiders and recent local media reports.Some firms in the industry had hoped that the suspension of new licences could be lifted in April, while others expected the process to be in limbo until this autumn, according to a video gaming…

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