Apr 22, 2011
Wei Xiao, COO of Beijing-based online game developer and operator Baiyou Huitong, recently estimated that Baiyou's revenues will grow over 300% in 2011, and its development strategy will continue to focus on online gaming as a core product line while expanding its mobile internet and e-commerce businesses.
In Guangzhou recently, representatives of China Mobile (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) announced the launch of more than 20 new showcase games through the operator's Mobile Market app store, including Electronic Arts' casual game Zuma's Revenge and US-based mobile game developer Glu Mobile's Gun Bros.
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