Taiwan authorities disrupt a major online gambling and underground banking operation; China's Tencent announces 'No Gambling Month' program.
As regulators continue to clamp down on gambling in Macau, some believe that China's special administrative region may be forced to give up on poker.
A recent increase in government scrutiny of the country’s gaming industry is causing a number of companies to rethink their offerings.
Tencent forecasts that eSports user base in China would reach 350 million by year 2020, generating $1.5b in revenues annually.
Tencent Holdings is adding a Mumbai-based daily fantasy sports platform to its list of investments as it window-shops for businesses across Asia.
China's video game giant, Tencent, is the latest respectable company to add significant weight to the Canadian-based Blockchain Research Institute (BRI).
The World Series of Poker has partnered with Tencent to launch the brand in China leading to bracelet and ring events in the region.
The Global Poker Index has increased its footprint in China after partnering with China’s largest online poker room, Tencent Poker.
Lee sits down w/ Martin Jacobson to talk about his business trip to China, his views on the dangers of social media, and views on the GPL.
ESPN move deep into the Asian market w/ Tencent deal, signs of eSports life in India, and Mark Cuban, wants to own a League of Legends side.