Blizzard enter the film industry

Ye Weilun said that the Blizzard had developed a total of 4 online games in 10 years, but each was significant in the market, and currently Blizzard had branch offices in eight countries and regions globally, China was one of them. Ye revealed that Blizzard’s business in addition to the game, had extended to peripheral products, novels, and they were now considering to enter the film industry.

ChinaJoy Seventh Summit was held at the Shanghai International Convention Center on 22th. People in charge of the game industry will be summing up the game industry development over the past year and most well-known CEOs from the game industry will be on the stage to share their feelings during the past one year or observation and thinking of the game industry. Sina science and technology was live broadcasting the whole forum.

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