China’s online gaming market decreased by 10.8% YoY to US$8.29 billion in Q2 2018. Mobile games accounted for 65.1%. Tencent is the biggest player with a share of 53.17%.
China’s online gaming market totaled 57.36 billion yuan (US$8.29 bn) in Q2 2018, a negative growth of 10.8% year-on-year and 3.6% quarter-on-quarter.
Mobile games contributed 65.1% to the total online gaming revenue in Q2 2018, a slight drop compared with the previous year. PC games show a growing trend as e-sport increasingly gains popularity and becomes an official item of the international sports events.
Tencent remained its leadership position with the largest share of 53.17% in Q2 2018. Netease and Perfect World took the next two places with a share of 17.54% and 2.7%, respectively. Bilibili moved up to sixth place with a share of 1.38%.