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Submitted by Pozzle 392d ago | opinion piece

A games industry insider explains why China Joy isn't what it used to be

After having attended all the China Joy conventions over the years, China Joy 2013 felt very different. Of course, there were the usual booth girls, contests, shows and cosplay to be found but something fundamental has changed in the last year, reflecting changes in China's online game industry. (China Joy, Industry)

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