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  • Tencent is altering one of its services in a way that will prevent gamers based in China from playing online games from overseas. GamesIndustry.biz
  • To curb the regulatory risks Sea may face in some markets that are increasingly hostile to Chinese companies, its lead investor Tencent has reduced its sway over the Southeast Asian upstart. PingWest
  • H 100s are expected to be available worldwide later in 2022 from the major cloud service providers including Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Baidu AI Cloud, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud and Tencent Cloud, from computer makers, and directly through NVIDIA. Futurum Research
  • Cloud demand will benefit from 50 new AMD-powered instances powered by Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google, Tencent, and Alibaba. VentureBeat
  • 2022 will see digital giants, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, Alibaba or Tencent, and continuously expand their footprint in vehicle technology. directoryslinks
  • Tencent Holdings Ltd. will soon allow WeChat groups to display links to external shopping sites such as Alibaba's Tmall and Taobao, taking another step toward dismantling longstanding barriers erected across China's most popular social media service. BloombergQuint
  • 2022 will see digital giants, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, Alibaba or Tencent, continuously expand their footprint in vehicle technology. Gartner
  • Tencent plans to build its first Tbase (distributed database) park in the southwest of China. China Money Network
  • Tencent is lowering its influence in the Southeast Asian tech giant to curb regulatory risks it could face in some markets that are increasingly hostile to Chinese companies. PingWest
  • Beijing's efforts to erode the 'walled gardens' of titans like Alibaba and Tencent might allow more breathing space for newcomers to grow and attain unicorn status. Week In China
  • Tencent and Leaf Digital will introduce the recently launched China Connect solution that enables Danish companies to go to China easier and more seamlessly than ever by tapping into the vast Tencent ecosystem. ScandAsia
  • Now the acquisition of Activision will make Microsoft the world's No. 3 gaming company by revenue, behind only Tencent and Sony. SiliconANGLE
  • Microsoft has claimed the deal, announced today and expected to close in 2023, will make it the world's third-largest gaming company by revenue behind Tencent and Sony as it looks to develop its metaverse platforms. The Global Legal Post
  • Merging with troubled but highly successful Activision will make it the third-largest gaming company by revenue, behind Tencent and Sony, a major shift in the booming world of games. Digital Journal
  • Children could play video games just three hours a week in most cases, hurting the stocks of Tencent and other companies. The Edge Markets
  • In December, Tencent shed most of its stake in JD.com Inc., one of the largest Chinese e-commerce companies, a move analysts said might have been a response to risks posed by an aggressive regulatory stance by China's government. WSJ
  • The U.S. telecom and media giant plans to permanently close over 250 stores, which would impact about 1,300 retail jobs. Intellizence
  • Sources: GTAP; Telecom Advisory Services analysis According to the contribution to GDP, Wi-Fi will generate approximately 93,000 jobs in 2021 and is expected to generate almost 90,000 in 2025. Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Sources: GTAP; Telecom Advisory Services analysis According to the contribution to GDP, Wi-Fi will generate approximately 35,000 jobs in 2021 and is expected to create over 82,000 in 2025. Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Sources: GTAP; Telecom Advisory Services analysis According to the contribution to GDP, Wi-Fi will generate approximately 95,000 jobs in 2021 and is expected to create almost 45,000 in 2025. Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Sources: GTAP; Telecom Advisory Services analysis According to the contribution to GDP, Wi-Fi will generate approximately 542,000 jobs in 2021 and is expected to generate over 720,000 in 2025. Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Tencent Cloud will double its employees in 2022, and expand its service scope to cover content, e-commerce and manufacturing for Korean customers. China Money Network

Last updated: 22 May 2022


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