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    China grants gaming licence to NetEase

    HONG KONG (AP) – China’s second largest gaming firm NetEase received its first online game licence in over a year in a possible sign Beijing is gradually easing a crackdown on the industry.

    The National Press and Publication Administration, which issues licences for video games, published a list of approvals for 73 games, including a mobile game by NetEase called All-Star Street Ball Party.

    In August 2021, regulators stopped issuing gaming licences as they tightened restrictions on the tech industry.

    They resumed approvals in April.

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