NetEase has received rights to World of Warcraft in China

 
April 20, 2009, 3:01 pm

 
netease has received rights to world of warcraft in china   In the Chinese Internet company NetEase has some unhealthy love for all products Blizzard. In August last year the company bought the rights to manage the service Battle.net in China. But the company did not stop there and went further.
According to official information, NetEase pribrat going to have his hands full and the management of World of Warcraft. Recall that right now the operator of the game - the company The9 - ends June 8 this year.
It can be assumed that NetEase will be taken later on the staff for the transfer to China addon Wrath of the Lich King, which has not yet been officially released in the region. News site DoNews partially confirms these assumptions.
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