List of gaming companies invested by Tencent


In the current era, Tencent is the world’s largest game publisher, but most people only have a deep impression of its mobile game titles such as “Glory of the King” and “Peace Elite”.

Game companies invested by Tencent:

1. Riot Games, 100% shareholding; masterpiece “League of Legends”.

2. Epic Games, 40% holding; representative work “Fortress Night” Unreal Engine.

3. Blue Hole Company, 11.5% holding; masterpiece “PUBG Mobile: Battle Royale”.

4. Ubisoft, 5% holding; representative works of the “Assassin’s Creed” series and “Watch Dogs” series.

5. Activision Blizzard, 5% holding; masterpiece “World of Warcraft”, “Call of Duty” series.

6. Grinding Gear Games, 80% holding; masterpiece “Road of Exile”.

PCGamer also lists other game companies that Tencent participates in acquisitions or holdings that are worthy of attention (with potential), as follows:

  • Supercell’s 84.3% shareholding masterpiece “Clash of Clans”.
  • Platinum Studio’s shareholding ratio is unknown. Masterpieces “Bayonetta” series “Fantastic 101” and “Neil: Mechanical Age”.
  • Yager’s shareholding ratio unknown masterpiece “Dreadnought”.
  • Frontier Developments 9% holding representative work “Roller Coaster Star”.
  • Kakao’s 13.5% shareholding masterpiece “Black Desert”.
  • Paradox Interactive (P company) 5% holding representative work “Europa Universalis” series “Steel Ambition” series.
  • Fatshark’s 36% shareholding masterpiece “Warhammer: Plague 2”.
  • Funcom’s 29% shareholding masterpiece “Conan Exiles”.
  • Sharkmob holds 100% shares in a new studio established by former developers such as “The Division” and “Killer”. It has been wholly acquired by Tencent, and the game has not yet been announced.

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