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China Has Officially Lifted The Bans On Valorant And Pokemon Unite

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Following authorization from China’s online gaming authority, Valorant, Pokemon Unite, and 43 other foreign games are finally coming to China.

The limitations have a significant negative impact on large gaming businesses, which depend on both the sale of their own games and the publication of foreign games for revenue. As a result, they have been attempting to expand internationally. The main two gaming giants in China, Tencent Holdings and NetEase, submitted games to the National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA). The body in charge of licensing video games in that country released its most recent list of games that had been authorized.

Valorant and Pokemon Unite may launch in China in 2023

The restrictions on the video game business that started last year have effectively come to an end with the awarding of publication licenses to foreign titles. According to reports, 45 international games including Valorant and Pokemon Unite have been granted publication rights to be released in China. The country appears to be easing the industry’s 18-month-long hardship from restrictive restrictions on international games.

In addition to Valorant and Pokemon Unite, the list of approved games also includes some notable titles like Gwent, Don’t Starve, Raid: Shadow Legends, and others. As a result, China is permitting both big-budget and independent games, so players may anticipate more new releases in the years to come. Though, Riot hasn’t yet provided any statement to the report. But everyone will undoubtedly be happy about it, as the game’s player base will certainly grow even more when it goes free-to-play in China with the largest population.

Riot Games may have a promising future in China given that it currently dominates the gaming industry. Fans shouldn’t expect the games to be launched right away, though. A game may need to make certain policy changes in accordance with Chinese regulations and create a separate server for that region before it can be launched there. Most likely, Valorant will launch in China in 2023.

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