Officials of the Ministry of Culture claimed they would standardize the game exhibition market order

It is reported that Ding met UBM Company CEO David Levin at the Ministry of Culture yesterday, the two sides exchanged views on international development and cooperation in games, game developers, and reached a number of cooperations.

Ding pointed out that as the China government department in charge of game industry, the Ministry of Culture fully supported GDC which had far-reaching strategic significance, in hope that in October in Shanghai the GDC China would further improve China’s game independent innovation, the ability of independent development, and promote international exchanges transactions, to bring more opportunities for the Chinese game industry.

He also said to David Levin that China was gradually building legal, justice and fair market competition environment. Ministry of Culture will further standardize the games exhibition market order and provide the necessary support and help to GDC when it encountered problems and difficulties entering China.

David Levin thanked the Ministry of Culture’s concern and support to UBM and GDC China and would invite leading international experts to help Chinese game enterprises to become international.


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