China’s media regulator, the National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA), issued 67 gaming licenses for July on Tuesday. It is the third batch of gaming licenses issued since NPPA resumed issuing those licenses in April after an eight-month freeze. There are 64 titles for mobile platforms, six for PCs, and one for PlayStation 5. ByteDance’s action game title for mobile platforms appeared on the licensed list, developed with Unreal Engine 4. On the Chinese gaming review platform TapTap, 200,000 players are looking forward to playing this title. The approval also included a simulation game title, Infinity Kingdom, from a notable gaming firm, Yoozoo Games. The title was first launched overseas last year with a 4.8 out of 5 rating on App Store in the US. [NPPA, in Chinese]