China is the world’s largest gaming market this year. The fate of going forward or falling back in a mobile game in particular depends heavily on the gaming community in this billion-dollar country. An undeniable fact: China has always been one of the first regions to be experienced before major game trials. In addition, Tencent is currently the parent company of many major game companies that are holding major game titles.
But the truth is quite cruel: The procedures for a game to reach the Chinese market are often quite difficult and League of Legends: Speed War is a good example. On November 16, the Chinese press published detailed information on the list of licensed online games this November. Accordingly, gamers have discovered that in the list of the latest games approved by the State Administration of Radio and Television (roughly translated) there was no appearance of Express Chien.
Going through the list, some notable names can be named such as Warframe Mobile, One Punch Man, …
The list of imported online games licensed in November does not include Express Chien.
Warframe Mobile, One Punch Man, … are notable names on the list.
This makes the gaming community looking forward to Speed Chien’s enthusiasm. Because of the fact, this game has only passed the trademark registration round. Currently it is November and the information about the approval of the Express in Mainland China is still quite vague. Many people are also concerned about the possibility that Riot’s MOBA game has not yet entered the complete review round, let alone be approved for release.
Quick Chien has difficulty competing with VGVD right now.
China has always been one of the first regions to experience pre-release versions of major games, including Speed War. But while the servers aimed at Korea, Japan, and SEA are “bustling”, the server that is considered to have the strongest and largest community of Toc Chien will be “frozen” again. The slower the release made it difficult for Speed Chien to compete for influence with titles like Royal Family (estimated to have 100 million players in mainland China) and Lien Quan Mobile.
PeaceKeeper Elite replaces PUBG Mobile to fulfill the censorship criteria.
Remember when PUBG Mobile was released globally, the license for the Chinese market was still under consideration. More than a year later, the authorities did not approve the existence of two versions of PUBG Mobile developed by Timi and Lighspeed. Tencent Games worked to create “PeaceKeeper Elite” or “Game for Peace” instead. The time difference up to a year between PUBG Mobile in the international version and PeaceKeeper Elite is indeed the “omen” that Speed Chien lovers will soon see.