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Wargaming.net Invades China

KongZhong Corporation, a leading provider of digital entertainment services for consumers in the PRC, today announced that it has entered into a series of agreements with Wargaming.net to create a strategic partnership for all of Wargaming.net's existing and future games in the mainland China market, including but not limited to World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Battleships.

As part of this strategic partnership, Wargaming.net has granted KONG exclusive and long-term operating rights for World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, World of Battleships in mainland China and the right of first offer over the operating rights of any future Wargaming.net game (including mobile games) in mainland China.

Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming.net said, "After a year of close cooperation and success with World of Tanks in China, we believe KONG is the ideal partner to support the growth and development of all of Wargaming.net's existing and future games for the China market and we are proud to be a strategic partner with KONG."

Wow... A game about tanks and China... Who would have thunk it?

Posted: 14th May 2012 by CMBF
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World of Tanks, PC,

 
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