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Sony teams up with Streamline Studios to support games development in China

Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today that Streamline Studios is joining its China Hero Project, an initiative to support PlayStation games from Chinese development studios. China’s gaming market is growing, and its expanding middle class has helped make games a $24 billion business in the country. However, most of that is coming from PC and mobile. […]
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