UCloud is the first to offer game server hosting service to Chinese online/mobile games with presences outside China. The Chinese cloud startup has opened a data center in Hong Kong, for games with users in East & Southeast Asia, in late 2013 and is considering building another one in the U.S.

As a flock of Chinese mobile apps or services are marching toward overseas markets, a variety of third-party services are prepared to benefit from this trend. Chinese mobile advertising services have seen a significant rise in ad spend since the second half of last year.

Mobile gaming is especially an opportunity for a Cloud hosting service like UCloud, for there will be increasingly more mobile games and a considerable percentage of them will need virtual servers in the Cloud.

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Tracey Xiang

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com