Reality Clash dev expands into Chinese market with Chengdu business deal
All about location, location
Reality Clash developer Reality Gaming Group has announced it’s signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chengdu New Economy Development Commission.
It hopes this will provide it with better access to the Chinese market.
The Chengdu New Economy Development Commission is a department funded by the Chengdu municipal government to help solve the issues around building successful digital economies.
The body grants five licences a year to foreign developers. Reality Gaming Group was the only western games company invited into the program.
The deal will see the Chengdu government promote Reality Gaming Group, including Reality Clash, future releases and the company’s AR, location and blockchain platforms, which it’s now licensing to third party developers.
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