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NetEase, Inc. engages in the provision of online internet technology services. It operates through the following business segments: Online Games, E-commerce, Advertisign Services, and E-Mail and Others. Read More The Online Games segment offers multi-player online role-playing games and mobile games. The E-commerce segment provides online selling and payment platform, e-reading applications, matchmaking services, online music, social network, personalized photo-based products, and online game-related accessories. The Advertising segment involves banner advertising, channel sponsorships, direct e-mail, interactive media-rich sites, sponsored special events, games and contests. The E-Mail Services segment comprise free and fee-based premium e-mail services. The company was founded by Lei Ding in June 1997 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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PR NewswireMar 20
HeadSpin Gains Momentum in Mobile Gaming Industry with New Customers and NetEase Partnership
PALO ALTO, Calif., March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile performance platform leader HeadSpin announced today it has signed several new mobile gaming companies, including Zynga (Words with Friends), Bandai Namco Studios (Pac-Man) and Jam City (Panda Pop). Further expanding the reach of the HeadSpin Mobile Performance Platform (MPP), the company also announced a partnership with NetEase to help game developers with automated and compatible testing across HeadSpin's global device pool. HeadSpin enables game ...
Associated PressMar 19
NetEase’s Disorder is a Must-Play Mobile Shooter of 2019
This content is a press release from our partner Business Wire. The AP newsroom and editorial departments were not involved in its creation. This content is a press release from our partner Business Wire. The AP newsroom and editorial departments were not involved in its creation. Disorder created a vast and realistic war-ridden background for players. The Disorder team tried their best to provide a more realistic and immersive gaming experience. (Graphic: Business Wire) SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--M...
Job Cuts And No More Snacks: China's Internet Companies Brace For Slowest Growth In Years
Job losses and other cost-cutting measures are beginning to emerge from China’s once unbeatable internet sector. Games operator NetEase, ride-sharing giant Didi Chuxing and e-commerce firm JD.com are reportedly cutting jobs and reducing employee perks amid faltering growth in the wider economy and increasing regulation of China's internet companies. "No matter its Didi, NetEase or JD.com, the only reason for them to do this is business performance pressure," says Zhang Yi, founder of Guangzhou-based consu...
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