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360 Game aims to pave a path for American developers to China

8 December 2015

(PRESS RELEASE) -- 360 Game, a leading Chinese gaming platform operator, announced Monday that it has launched an effort to bring North American game developer projects to mainland China.

Qihoo's 360 Game is the biggest Android mobile game platform in China. 360 Game provides a wide selection of high quality free mobile games to hundreds of millions of users in China. 360 Game aggregates 360 Mobile Assistant, 360 Security App Store and 360 Game Lobby to create a multi-channel mobile game platform. Additionally, 360 Game provides a customized service for game developers to help them publish their games in China. 360 Game is already an established partner in China for many large game companies, such as Blizzard, Disney and Goodgame.

In addition to their popular Android game platform, 360 Game also focuses on the PC gaming business. 360 Game is one of the most successful PC Web-game publishing companies in China and publishes hundreds of popular web-games and reaches over 200 million users. 360 Game also aggregates two web-game platforms (360 Game Center and and 360 Game Lobby to provide high quality web-games and services to gamers.

Earlier this week, Qihoo's joint venture, Oriental Shiny Star Ltd., signed a five-year exclusive agreement with Smilegate for publishing and operation rights for the hit FPS title, "CrossFire 2" in mainland China.

The original "CrossFire" is the one of the most popular FPS online PC games of all time in China. The sequel, "CrossFire 2" expands on the original PVP premise with a story-driven PVE mode, and a new game engine that cranks up the graphic quality of the series.

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