After a record-breaking year in 2020 for the number of investments it made in game studios, Chinese internet giant Tencent continues that trend by making a minority investment in DayZ and Arma studio Bohemia Interactive.
In a blog post, Bohemia said Tencent has taken a minority stake in the developer, which follows on from Tencent’s investment in Life Is Strange studio Dontnod in January. Bohemia says it will continue to operate independently following the deal.
The exact financial or organizational terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Bohemia said it will bring its new PC/mobile game Ylands to China.
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