Tencent Statement from Domestic Game Company Dream Games

Tencent Statement from Domestic Game Company Dream Games

Tencent Statement from Domestic Game Company Dream Games

Domestic mobile game company Dream Games denied the allegations that it would be sold to Chinese technology giant Tencent and announced that they would take legal action on the issue.

The September PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe games, which were recently leaked by Dealabs’ billbil-kun, have been made official with Sony’s statement. The Japanese giant, which updates its gaming catalog through monthly additions, offers its members new games as we leave summer behind and enter fall.

Extra and Deluxe members can add 16 new games to their libraries starting September 19th, including productions such as NieR Replicant, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 and This War of Mine: Final Cut. PS4 and PS5 games in the Games Catalog are only available to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe tier members. Only Deluxe members have access to the Classics catalog.

New PlayStation Plus games will be released on September 19th

Dream Games, one of the world’s largest domestic gaming startups from Turkey, has clarified the recent news circulating on social media that the company will be sold to Tencent for $4.5 billion. The company stated that the allegations were baseless and that it would take all legal action against those who spread this false information.

Dream Games’ statement on LinkedIn reads as follows: “We would like to address the fake news that has recently been circulating on social media about our company.” These claims are completely false.“We will take all legal action against those who spread this false information.”

Dream Games denies claims that it is being sold to Tencent

The national mobile gaming company, which became Turkey’s third and fastest unicorn with a market value of $1 billion in 2021, was only two years old when it reached this historic threshold. The company, which achieved huge global success with its first game, Royal Match, returned from its recent investment spree with $255 million in January last year, increasing its market value to $2.75 billion.

Dream Games, which has opened its first international office in London, the capital of England, wants to expand its global activities with this step. Soner Aydemir, CEO and one of the founders of Dream, said in his March statement: “We want to be one of the largest gaming companies in the world.” “To achieve this, our goal is to expand our international influence across as wide an area as possible and reach the best talent in the industry.”

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