Tencent has a ton of investments, including many in the gaming world. It fully owns Riot Games (the publisher of League of Legends) and has a majority stake in Grinding Gear Games (Path of Exile). It also owns share in the following developers: Epic Games, Bluehole (PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds), Activision Blizzard, and Ubisoft.
In December 2021, Tencent Games established a new umbrella label, Level Infinite, based in Amsterdam and Singapore, meant for publishing outside China.
Tencent Games and its parent company have a sometimes fraught relationship with the Chinese government, which is worried about the alleged negative effects of gaming on the minds of young children. To mitigate these concerns, Tencent has introduced play time limits and has reduced the gore in some of its games in the Chinese market. Outside of China, critics accuse the company of being a Trojan Horse for bringing Chinese-style censorship and influence to the masses and taking chunks of profits from both Chinese and non-Chinese gamers through aggressive microtransactions and share takeovers of international video game companies.
Games developed or published by Tencent Games:
- Age of Gunslingers Online
- Arena of Valor
- Call of Duty: Mobile
- Contra Return
- Heroes of Jin Yong — 2022 remake
- Honor of Kings
- Metal Slug Code J — made in collaboration with SNK
- PUBG Mobile
- Pokémon Unite
- Ring Of Elysium
- Roco Kingdom
- Saint Seiya Awakening
- The Tale of Food
- Xuan Dou Zhi Wang
- Monster Hunter Online — made in collaboration with Capcom (China exclusive)