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Beijing stresses importance of games imparting Chinese values at inaugural developers conference

Over the weekend, industry heavyweights from major gaming companies like Tencent Holdings, NetEase, Sony Group, Microsoft, Unity and Activision Blizzard attended the inaugural Beijing International Game Conference (BIGC), where game developers shared their experiences.But at the three-day event supervised by the Communist Party Publicity Department in Beijing and organised by a government-backed industry group, several Chinese officials also delivered speeches. And their message was clear:…

South China Morning Post | September 28, 2020

NetEase announces ADS ratio change

NetEase (NTES) will change the ratio of its ADS from the current one ADS for every twenty-five ordinary shares to one ADS for every five ordinary shares.NTES ADS holders at the close of business on Sept. 30, 2020 will be entitled to receive four additional ADSs for every ADS held,...

Seeking Alpha | September 18, 2020

NetEase changes ADS ratio by factor of five

China's NetEase is changing the ratio of its American depositary shares (NTES -0.6%). The ratio will change from the current one ADS for every 25 ordinary shares to one ADS for every five (5) ordinary shares. For ADS holders that is effectively like a five-for-one ADS split. ADS holders at...

Seeking Alpha | September 18, 2020

NetEase's stock surges to pace Nasdaq 100's premarket gainers after 5-for-1 stock split

Shares of NetEase Inc. undefined surged 2.8% in premarket trading Friday, enough to pace all of the Nasdaq 100 undefined early gainers, after the China-based…

MarketWatch | September 18, 2020

Two more US-listed stocks flee to Hong Kong as US-China ties fray

The two Chinese companies joined the march that began with Alibaba’s US$13 billion secondary listing in Hong Kong last November, the first such stock offer on the city’s bourse. That was followed in quick order by NetEase, JD. Com and Yum China Holdings, which together raised US$10 billion to help Hong Kong catch up with New York as the worlds favourite IPO destination this year.

South China Morning Post | September 17, 2020

NetEase Cloud Music in strategic music deal with BMG

NetEase Cloud Music (NTES) has set a strategic music partnership with publishing giant BMG. That allows for access to BMG's huge catalog, and partnership in new endeavors including live streaming, online karaoke, live concerts and artist promotions. NetEase Cloud Music's 800M registered users will have access to recordings from artists...

Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

Chinese internet firms have less to lose than telcos when it comes to U.S. threats, analyst says

Some of China's top internet companies are publicly listed on Wall Street, including Alibaba, and NetEase but make comparatively less revenue from the U.S. market.

CNBC | September 14, 2020

NetEase: Gaming Powerhouse With An Extensive Runway Ahead

Through the years, Netease (NTES) has successfully leveraged its core competencies to deliver steady compounding, with a capable management team at the helm. Its outperformance stems not only from its leading positions in both client-based and mobile online games, but also its portfolio of licensed Blizzard titles. Looking ahead, its...

Aaron Butler on Seeking Alpha | September 5, 2020

India bans 118 Chinese apps, including Tencent's hit games, as border tensions flare up

Major gaming titles from companies including Tencent and NetEase were on the list of banned apps, as well a services from other Chinese technology giants like Baidu and Alibaba affiliate, Ant Group.

CNBC | September 2, 2020

Action star Jackie Chan’s luxury downtown Beijing homes put up for auction

Two luxury Beijing flats where Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan and his family have lived for the last decade are up for auction, reportedly amid a dispute over ownership.Mainland Chinese media reported on Friday that the two properties in downtown Dongcheng district were on the auction block as a combined lot, with a starting price of 71.9 million yuan (US$10.5 million).Qingliu Studio, a news outlet under Chinese internet giant NetEase, identified the properties as those in a listing on an auction…

South China Morning Post | August 30, 2020

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