However, there are no statistics to show how much the game issuer has to pay to foreign partners. Today, in addition to royalty fees, mobile games released on online stores such as Play Store or App Store also bear an exorbitant 30% fee. That is why Vietnamese publishers have to find a way to 'circumvent the law' to popularize the form of loading on the website, through domestic payment intermediaries. … [Read more...] about Online game industry: VN still imports games after more than 15 years
If only players competing in Vietnam were counted, Chim Se Di Nang would definitely be the most prominent name. He is considered the most popular character in the sky of Facebook Gaming with the number of followers up to tens of thousands, and even hundreds of thousands of people each livestream. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese eSports players with highest income in H1
AS Mobile's real name is Nguyen Huu Sang (born in 1996 in Vung Tau City). He built his own YouTube channel very early. AS Mobile channel earned only VND2 million between 2014 and 2018. The turning point was made when Free Fire was released in Vietnam. Sang quickly got acquainted with this game and became the number 1 streamer of the Free Fire. … [Read more...] about The richest self-made streamers in Vietnam
Before joining the professional arena, Thong Lai Bang was considered a prodigy thanks to being in the Top 1 Vietnamese server six times, climbing to be the Top 1 Taiwan server in 21 days. However, Thong Lai Bang’s road to his professional career was quite arduous because he was banned for a year for being a hired player. … [Read more...] about Who are the eSports prodigies in Vietnam?
Since announcing a document to close temporary public entertainment facilities such as cinemas, pubs, online gaming centres, massage parlours, karaoke clubs, discotheques, and theatres starting from March 15 to limit the spread of COVID-19, Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee added many more establishments to the list of closing from March 24. … [Read more...] about Ho Chi Minh City closes restaurants and beer clubs from March 24