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Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed games from the App Store in China

Apple removes 39,000 unlicensed games from the App Store in China

Apple removed more than 46,000 apps, including 39,000 game apps, from the Chinese version of its App Store on the final day of the year to meet Beijing’s demands. These apps are owned by developers that don’t have an International Standard Book Number from the Chinese government. Games affected by the sweep included Ubisoft title Assassin’s Creed Identity and NBA 2K20.

Howard 1 months

Well of course they did wouldn't want the CCP to stop supplying them with slave labor.

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 1 months

Still doing business with th country that is most like nazi Germany? I have no respect or support major corps that still use and promote slave labor, among other human rights violations

R_Forde 1 months

I can’t disagree with this. If there are regulations that they need to comply with to do business in the country it is reasonable for them to do so. We have regulations Chinese companies must meet to sell things in the US same thing.

Arthur 1 months

will the ccp let them do that? im sure most of it was ccp tracking!

Foshizzle 1 months

LOL the NBA game also? The NBA is practically owned by and bows down the the CCP.

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 1 months

Dont want to anger chinese hitler

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