Chukong Holdings Limited, a Chinese mobile game and service provider, has filed for $150 million US IPO.

The company, according to SEC filing, positions itself as a mobile content platform and development service provider, but it’s more known as a mobile game developer and, more recently, mobile game development service provider. In 2013, 98.5% of its total revenues were from mobile gaming and the rest, 1.5%, was from advertising — it runs a mobile advertising platform PunchBox.

The company got traction in China through one in-house developed mobile game, Fishing Joy. Back in 2011 about 90% of its total revenues was from this game.

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Tracey Xiang

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