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As Supercell opens pre-registrations for Brawl Stars in China, we take a look at its recent performance across global markets to see which regions it’s performing best in. Hint: The game is huge in South Korea.
Each year games and tech companies like to roll out their own jokes for April Fool’s Day, and 2019 was no different. The culprits this year included Supercell, Discord, Rovio, Google, Funcom and more.
The new Chinese games regulator is steadily making its way through a backlog of thousands of game approvals. The latest batch of licences included, for the first time since the big free ended, foreign IP such as Game of Thrones and Angry Birds.
PCGamesInsider.biz, with a little help from our own data, has calculated that roughly 1,500 games developers have lost their jobs in the first few months of 2019. That looks to be more than from the entire of 2018.