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  • Chenyu Cui | February 06, 2017
    The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) initiated a series of regulations for online access, in order to avoid Internet addiction. CAC has asked for public advice since September 2016 and the final version entered the one-month public notification period on Jan 6. As such, these regulations, after the public notification period, are waiting for approval from The National People’s Congress of China and will be implemented soon.Among the upcoming regulations, two items are related to online games. One is that the Youth Protection Software needs to be installed in PC, mobile devices and game consoles to avoid Internet addiction. Another one is to block access to online games from 12am to 8am for anyone aged 18 or under as well as to limit Youth’s daily gameplay time.
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  • Christine Arrington | January 31, 2017
    On January 31 Electronic Arts announce fourth calendar quarter GAAP revenue of $1.149 billion compared to $1.07 billion in the same period a year ago. Digital accounted for $685 million or 60% of total revenue for the quarter, a record for the holiday heavy quarter.
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  • Orpheas Tapanlis | January 26, 2017
    MTG, the Swedish broadcaster, has divested from traditional TV media in the Czech Republic and is looking to strengthen its gaming vertical by further investing in InnoGames, a games developer and publisher. MTG has announced that it will sell its 50% stake in FTV Prima to local business leaders Vladimír Komár and Ivan Zach, making the latter the majority owner with a 62.5% share. The deal values FTV Prima at €237.4 million ($ million). This is a significant earn out in the CEE context; ProSiebenSat1 sold its operations in Romania in 2015 for €10.2 million.
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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Games
    Christine Arrington is a Senior Analyst, Games at IHS. She has extensive experience in market analysis in the game industry, and game content creation technologies ranging from middleware to 3D content creation tools.
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    As head of games research at IHS, Piers Harding-Rolls leads a team of analysts tracking the evolution of the games sector across all major packaged game and digital games segments.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Games
    Steve Bailey joined the IHS games department in 2008, specializing in the burgeoning online PC gaming market ever since. His work for games encompasses MMOGs, virtual worlds, online console, and casual, browser-based and social gaming, in the context of IHS reports, consultancy for major international clients and general Games Intelligence service work.

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