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China grants approval for 86 domestic online games in April


BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s gaming regulator on Thursday granted publishing licenses to 86 domestic online games, including titles belonging to Alibaba, Baidu and ByteDance, according to an approval list published by the National Press and Public Administration.

(Reporting by Ella Cao and Liz Lee; Editing by Mark Potter)

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