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Confirming earlier speculation, Activision (ATVI +3.7%) announces it's partnering with Chinese...

Confirming earlier speculation, Activision (ATVI +3.7%) announces it's partnering with Chinese Internet messaging and gaming giant Tencent (TCEHY.PK) to bring an online version of Call of Duty to Chinese gamers. The game will be free to play, and monetized via virtual goods purchases. Rival Electronic Arts (EA) is teaming up with Tencent to bring The Sims Social to China. (yesterday)
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  • Tony Petroski
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    It's predictable that the Chinese Call of Duty won't do as well as the original game as points are won depending on your ability to turn in Falun Gong practitioners and drive tanks over protesters. Not as much fun.
    3 Jul 2012, 12:14 PM Reply Like
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