Game publishers began seeing the potential of an undiscovered entertainment market and massively imported foreign games for domestic release. At that time, the shorter the release and the shorter the payback time, the faster the game and the market share expanded. Subtracting expenses such as royalties, revenue sharing, commissions, marketing and operations, the game service providers could still keep about 15-35% of the pre-tax revenue. … [Read more...] about Online game industry: VN still imports games after more than 15 years
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After the 2019 World League Championship, the name ADC as well as Team Flash began to gain more attention. At the same time, the 21-year-old player and his teammates were, of course, present in the top players with high income from eSports in the past year. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese eSports players with highest income in H1
After the ban ended, SGP paid VND200 million ($9,000) to recruit this player even though he had never played professionally before. The name “Bang” was a hit phenomenon of the Vietnam’s Arena of Valor at the 2020 Spring Hall of Fame tournament in an unprecedented way. … [Read more...] about Who are the eSports prodigies in Vietnam?
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Public transport vehicles, private cars and cargo vehicles traveling from and to the neighboring city of Hai Duong, which was one of the country’s coronavirus hotspots, have been allowed to resume operations while continuing to follow Covid-19 infection prevention and control measures. … [Read more...] about Binh Duong, Quang Ninh resume nonessential services