World of Warcraft faces various problems in Asia
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World of Warcraft faces various problems in Asia

Posted By Helodie Jaqucline     January 30, 2020    

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Blizzard's MMORPG World of Warcraft's current agent in China is NetEase, and recently NetEase was ordered to stop charging players' subscription fees and close the account registration function, because they did not obtain a license to run the game.

Since its first release in 2004, World of Warcraft has not performed well in the Chinese market. This is a disappointing result for Cheap WOW Classic Gold Blizzard. The Chinese region is a huge potential market for any MMORPG. In the next few years, there will be a large number of gamers. If Blizzard wants to further increase the global subscription volume, these users are the targets that must be competed. In fact, the main reason for this phenomenon is that in addition to the huge differences between eastern and western cultures, game publishers are subject to government regulation. I know that sometimes you need a lot of WOW Classic Gold in the game. If you are bored about farming gold, you can buy WOW Classic Gold online, and ZZWOW is always your best choice.

According to reports, the country's General Administration of Press and Publications (GAPP) has rejected NetEase's application for the operation of World of Warcraft and asked it to stop collecting subscription fees and account registration as soon as possible, and all previous revenues also need to be returned to players. GAPP explained that NetEase is only allowed to conduct World of Warcraft's closed beta testing. However, starting in September, NetEase directly and officially launched the game and allowed new users to pay to join the game. This is a commercial activity that exceeds the authority and is illegal.

Earlier this year, World of Warcraft players in China were unable to enter the game for two months, as the original local agent The 9 had expired, and Blizzard subsequently decided to cooperate with NetEase. Due to various Vanilla WOW Gold technical difficulties, the game cannot run normally during the transfer process.

One year on from its release, second expansion Wrath of the Lich King has yet to see the light of day in China due to concerns over its content. Both the original game and first expansion The Burning Crusade saw substantial delays and alterations before they could launch in the country.

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