Chinese gaming giant Tencent plans to increase its holdings in Ubisoft, a notable AAA title developer and publisher, Reuters reported on Thursday. Tencent bought a 5% stake in the French gaming firm in 2018 and recently discussed an increase in its holdings with the firm’s founding Guillemot family, sources told Reuters. The sources added that the exact stake Tencent plans to buy remains unclear, but the Chinese giant is aiming to be the largest shareholder in Ubisoft. Tencent and Ubisoft have had a close partnership in recent years, working to take Ubisoft’s AAA titles from PC and console to mobile platforms while also introducing Ubisoft’s titles to China. [Reuters]