Tencent Buys Supercell for $8.6 Billion
The ultimate pay-to-win isn’t Clash of Clans or Clash Royale but it’s for Clash developer Supercell itself. Chinese investment company Tencent has reportedly purchased a majority share in the mobile game developer for a reported price of $8.6 billion which would value the company at around $10.2 billion.
Clash Royale Review: Dealing from the Bottom of the Deck
Now that I’ve got a phone that’s less than three years old, I can finally start reviewing mobile games. Let’s start with one of the latest games to top the mobile games charts.
Supercell had a hit on its hands with Clash of Clans. The tower defense game still sits near the top of Google’s top grossing games chart. For their follow-up, they took many of the elements of Clash of Clans and distilled it into a competitive multiplayer strategy game called Clash Royale.