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 VietNamNet Bridge – Beating an obsession with online games takes time, patience and, most importantly, loving and understanding teachers.

Should Vietnamese develop games like Pokemon Go or Flappy Bird?

Both Flappy Bird and Pokemon Go are well known worldwide. However, the level of investment in the two games varied, especially in content and graphics. How can game developers succeed?

Pokemon Go available in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Pokemon Go, which was officially launched into the market last Wednesday, has quickly become a smash hit on mobile phones. 

Young thugs must be punished: Congressman

 VietNamNet Bridge – Le Nhu Tien, vice chairman of the National Assembly Committee for Culture, Education, Youth and Children, spoke about the need to take action against crimes committed by juveniles.

Game firms reap benefits after years of painstaking work

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese game firms have gained initial success in the battle to regain the domestic mobile game market.

Online games not subject to special consumption tax plan

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Government previously proposed imposing special consumption tax on online games to prevent negative impacts on society but removed the proposal in a draft of the amended law on the tax presented

Online games get special tax break

The lastest draft of the amended law on special consumption tax has apparently excluded online games from the list of goods and services to be taxed.

Illicit games a hit among the youth

 VietNamNet Bridge – With more than 300 titles illegally available on websites, online games have come to dominate the country's internet entertainment market, according to a survey by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

Domestic firms lend a hand to Chinese to distribute games illegally?

 VietNamNet Bridge – Why can Chinese game firms distribute unlicensed games in Vietnam and how can they get payment from Vietnamese gamers?

Internet business to earn VND100 trillion in 2018

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s revenues earned from services on the Internet will have amounted to nearly VND20 trillion next year and five times that number in 2018, said an industry player at a seminar in Hanoi last week.

Online games can bring profit, but it’s a hard nut to crack

 VietNamNet Bridge – A series of IT firms, big and small, have jumped into the online game market because they believe this is a profitable job. However, it is always not easy to make money.

The youth accidentally become passive dirty game players

VietNamNet Bridge – Not purposely looking for online games, a lot of users have been forced to see obscene game ad pieces when accessing to some websites.

Male student plans to kill 10 to join game group

 VietNamNet Bridge – To be admitted to an online game group, a student in An Giang province planned to kill 10 people at the request of the group leader.

MIC resumes the licensing to online games to revive game industry

 VietNamNet Bridge – Online game firms now can sigh with relief as they can develop online games openly without any secretiveness.

Internet services laws tightened

VietNamNet Bridge – Companies that do not have a representative office in Viet Nam but allow Vietnamese users access to Facebook and Google, must adhere to Viet Nam's regulations and laws on the management, provision and use of Internet services