The first half of 2023 has witnessed a warming trend in China’s esports industry. With leading esports products maintaining steady operations, the launch of new games, and the strong return of competitive events, the industry’s revenue and user base remain stable. This September, esports will make its official debut at the 19th Asian Games in […]
HUYA Inc. is a leading game live streaming platform in China with a large and active game live streaming community. It cooperates with e-sports event organizers, as well as major game developers and publishers, and has developed e-sports live streaming as one of the most popular content genres on its platform.
Building on its success in game live streaming, Huya has also extended its content to other entertainment content genres. Huya's open platform also functions as a marketplace for broadcasters and talent agencies to congregate and closely collaborate with the Company.
Part of Joyy Inc, HUYA launched IPO on NYSE on May 11, 2018 and became the first successful listed case of internal incubation.
Tencent acquired a 34.6% stake in Huya ahead of its spinoff from Joyy. Joyy remained Huya's top shareholder, but Tencent gained the right to boost its voting stake to 50.1% anytime between March 8, 2020 and March 8, 2021.
Huya’s total net revenues for the third quarter of 2021 increased by 5.7% to RMB2,975.5 million (US$461.8 million), from RMB2,814.8 million for the same period of 2020.
Tencent proposed that the top two online gaming streaming platforms Douyu and Huya enter into a stock-for-stock merger, as a result of which Huya or its subsidiary would acquire each outstanding ordinary share of Douyu. Is China’s game live streaming market that lucrative? Let’s dig into some data. Game live streaming users dropped to 68.12 […]
Bytedance’s TikTok is the most popular mobile app in the first half of 2020 in the global markets outside China with close to 600 million downloads with an increase of 88.7% YoY. Half of the Top 20 are owned by three Chinese companies: Bytedance, Joyy, and Kuaishou (Kwai). Xiaomi’s app made it to Top 10. […]
China’s game live streaming platform Huya announced 47.8% growth in net revenues to RMB2,411.9 million (US$340.6 million) in Q1 2020 from RMB1,631.5 million in Q1 2019.
JOYY, previously known as YY, saw its global average mobile MAUs grown to 485.2 million, 78.8% of which were from markets outside of China.
Huya, a leading game live streaming platform in China, delivered non-GAAP net income for five consecutive quarters, reaching a record high of US$67.0 million for the fiscal year of 2018. The average mobile MAUs and MAUs reached 50.7 million and 116.6 million, respectively. Total paying users increased by 73.1% year-on-year to 4.8 million.
iQiyi ranks on top in China’s mobile video category with 245.61 million active users in Feb 2017, followed by Tencent Video, Youku, Letv, and Mango TV.