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  1. A new 2.5D side-scrolling stealth action platformer from Ubisoft lands tomorrow. Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China stars Shao Jun, which fans might already be familiar with from the 2011 animated short "Assassin's Creed: Embers." Shao Jun stands as the last remaining member of the Chinese Brootherhood. Now she returns to her homeland to restore the Assassins and exact her revenge against the people who stole her life. Two more titles are planned for the Chronicles series, India and Russia. More details coming on those in the near future. This has been a bit of a stealthy lead up to release, following the low-key announcement two weeks ago. Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China will be available tomorrow, April 21, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. A new 2.5D side-scrolling stealth action platformer from Ubisoft lands tomorrow. Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China stars Shao Jun, which fans might already be familiar with from the 2011 animated short "Assassin's Creed: Embers." Shao Jun stands as the last remaining member of the Chinese Brootherhood. Now she returns to her homeland to restore the Assassins and exact her revenge against the people who stole her life. Two more titles are planned for the Chronicles series, India and Russia. More details coming on those in the near future. This has been a bit of a stealthy lead up to release, following the low-key announcement two weeks ago. Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China will be available tomorrow, April 21, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Major League Gaming is partnering with Lai Fung Holdings Limited and eSun Holdings Limited to construct the first-ever MLG Arena on Hengqin Island in China. The MLG facility will be located in the middle of an area called V-Zone, a space dedicated to video games featuring facilities like an expo area for game developers to reveal new and upcoming games, creative workspaces, gaming-themed restaurants, retail shops and more. “MLG has been at the forefront of the global eSports phenomenon for over a decade and we’re taking our leadership position to new heights with this expansion into the world’s fastest growing eSports market – China,” said Mike Sepso, president and co-founder of Major League Gaming. Tournaments and events held at the Arena will be broadcast live via MLG.tv. The MLG Arena in Hengqin is slated for a 2017 opening. This is the second regional expansion following the opening of MLG Brasil. View full article
  4. Major League Gaming is partnering with Lai Fung Holdings Limited and eSun Holdings Limited to construct the first-ever MLG Arena on Hengqin Island in China. The MLG facility will be located in the middle of an area called V-Zone, a space dedicated to video games featuring facilities like an expo area for game developers to reveal new and upcoming games, creative workspaces, gaming-themed restaurants, retail shops and more. “MLG has been at the forefront of the global eSports phenomenon for over a decade and we’re taking our leadership position to new heights with this expansion into the world’s fastest growing eSports market – China,” said Mike Sepso, president and co-founder of Major League Gaming. Tournaments and events held at the Arena will be broadcast live via MLG.tv. The MLG Arena in Hengqin is slated for a 2017 opening. This is the second regional expansion following the opening of MLG Brasil.
  5. After 14 years, China's Ministry of Culture is drafting new rules regarding video game consoles. Surely Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo are salivating at the thought of an untapped market valued at an estimated $10 billion. As of right now, the ban has only been lifted in the free-trade zone of Shanghai. Bloomberg reports that Cai Wu, who heads the Ministry of Culture, will be in charge of writing up new regulations that will be imposed when the ban is fully lifted. The restriction of consoles was put in place in 2000 as a counter-measure against the influence of non-Chinese culture. "Things that are hostile to China, or not in conformity with the outlook of China’s government, won’t be allowed," stated Cai at a press conference earlier today, “We want to open the window a crack to get some fresh air, but we still need a screen to block the flies and mosquitoes." Cai Wu has been operating the Ministry of Culture since 2008 and has relatively moderate views regarding control of the arts. His general stance seems to favor a degree of deregulation of commercial artistic enterprises, which includes video games. While none of the major console manufacturers have announced specific plans for console releases in mainland China, Microsoft has made a $79 million partnership with a Shanghai organization to bring a degree of business to the free-trade zone. View full article
  6. After 14 years, China's Ministry of Culture is drafting new rules regarding video game consoles. Surely Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo are salivating at the thought of an untapped market valued at an estimated $10 billion. As of right now, the ban has only been lifted in the free-trade zone of Shanghai. Bloomberg reports that Cai Wu, who heads the Ministry of Culture, will be in charge of writing up new regulations that will be imposed when the ban is fully lifted. The restriction of consoles was put in place in 2000 as a counter-measure against the influence of non-Chinese culture. "Things that are hostile to China, or not in conformity with the outlook of China’s government, won’t be allowed," stated Cai at a press conference earlier today, “We want to open the window a crack to get some fresh air, but we still need a screen to block the flies and mosquitoes." Cai Wu has been operating the Ministry of Culture since 2008 and has relatively moderate views regarding control of the arts. His general stance seems to favor a degree of deregulation of commercial artistic enterprises, which includes video games. While none of the major console manufacturers have announced specific plans for console releases in mainland China, Microsoft has made a $79 million partnership with a Shanghai organization to bring a degree of business to the free-trade zone.
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