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Vietnam finish second at PUBG Nations Cup 2022

Vietnam beat Argentina to win second place in the final stage of the PUBG Nations Cup 2022 taking place in Thailand.

Vietnamese startup cooperates with world-leading Blockchain

Poriverse – Vietnam’s metaverse game startup - has announced the establishment of a strategic partnership with Polygon Studios, a branch of Polygon (MATIC), one of the world's leading Blockchain platforms.

Gaming 'hero' retires at 23 due to ill-health

Jian Zihao says physical and mental health problems have caused him to quit e-sports.

Casinos face continuous losses in Vietnam

The Royal International Corporation (RIC) which operates The Royal Casino Ha Long has just announced its financial report for 2019 with losses of over VND72 billion (US$3.2 million).

Vietnamese-created Drone Race app raises thousands on Indiegogo

VietNamNet Bridge - After one week of raising funds, Drone Race, the game designed by a team of young Vietnamese, received 300 orders and $43,750 from donors at Indiegogo, the largest global site for fundraisers.

Teen artist blends realism, abstract styles in pictures

 VietNamNet Bridge – While most teenagers follow Hollywood films, games, rock music and fashion, 17-year-old Hoang Nguyen Khanh Linh prefers drawing in her quiet corner at home.

Japanese game firms struggle to penetrate Vietnamese market

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is a very promising market for game developers but Japanese games remain unpopular in Vietnam for a variety of reasons.

Game developers find it tough to establish an “empire”

VietNamNet Bridge – Many information technology engineers have dreamed of establishing “Vietnamese game empires”, but they have realized that it is not that easy to make money with games.

Vietnamese mobile startups focus on games

VietNamNet Bridge – Three reasons have been cited to explain why most of the young founders of Vietnamese mobile content firms have decided to start their business by developing games.

Will returning Flappy Bird be as attractive as debutant Flappy Bird?

 VietNamNet Bridge – The announcement by Nguyen Ha Dong to revive Flappy Bird has become the hot news on international newspapers. However, analysts said they are not sure if the gamers still keep the passion for the bird.

Nguyen Ha Dong confirms Flappy Bird will return

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Ha Dong, the father of the lovely “Flappy Bird”, has confirmed on his Twitter that he would revive the game, but said this would not occur soon.

Vietnam’s mobile apps industry starts to toddle

 VietNamNet Bridge – While the mobile apps industry has been running like the wind over the last few years, Vietnam now learns how to walk by toddling.

Vietnamese game makes the gamers’ world feverish

 VietNamNet Bridge – Forget Angry Birds or Candy Crush. The hottest mobile game now is Flappy Bird, a Vietnamese product, which dominated the iOS and Android download market share in January 2013.

Vietnamese youth pay big money on powerful computers to mine bitcoins

 VietNamNet Bridge – One needs to spend at least hundreds of millions of dong to have the machines powerful enough to “dig” bitcoins and tens of millions of dong more every month to run the machines.

Internet service management decree to be announced

VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy PM Nguyen Thien Nhan has assigned the Ministry of Information and Communications to organize a press conference to announce Decree 72/2013/ND-CP on management, provision and use of Internet services

Chinese firms distribute games illegally in Vietnam

Chinese games firms have been penetrating the Vietnamese market underhand through different ways.

The role of foreign players in V.League

Only scoring four out of eleven goals in the first round of the V-League 2013 and taking up to three fourths of the total number of red cards, fans are disappointed with domestic football players. The V.League is still the stage of foreign players.