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World of Tanks developer bringing its free to play games to China

Wargaming.net has signed an agreement with online entertainment company KongZhong Corporation to release its free-to-play online games such as World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, and World of Battleships in mainland China.
Newsbrief: Wargaming.net has signed an agreement with online entertainment company KongZhong Corporation to release its free-to-play online games such as World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, and World of Battleships in mainland China. Under this agreement, KongZhong has exclusive and long term operating rights for all of these existing titles from Wargaming.net, and the company gets the right of first offer for all future titles from the Belarus-based developer. This news follows Wargaming.net's recent announcement that online publisher SEA will publish its games in Southeast Asian regions such as Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Earlier this year, Wargaming.net said that its popular World of Tanks currently makes "double-digit" millions in profits every month.

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