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Today in Tencent acquisitions: Clash of Clans

Let's take stock of Tencent's current lineup, shall we? The Chinese megacorporation currently owns Riot Games and games outlet/guide database, has sizable investments in Paradox Interactive and Epic Games, and has previously worked with Activision and Capcom. Now, it owns Supercell -- the folks behind Clash of Clans, Boom Beach, and Clash Royale. If you're not up on the mobile scene, those are some of the most popular games running.
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