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China approves 95 games, including Tencent, NetEase titles

China's content regulator has authorized the monetization of 95 video games, including those from Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc., Reuters reported.

Tencent's "Journey to Fairyland 2" and two NetEase titles are in the approved list.

The news comes after China suspended game license approval in 2018 due to concerns about violence and gambling. About 5,000 games are anticipating regulatory approval due to the freeze, the report said, citing industry insiders.

The Chinese government has approved 726 games since December 2018.