On Tuesday, Activision Blizzard announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2022 for the first time since its split from NetEase Games. According to the financial report, Activision Blizzard achieved a 27% increase in net revenue in the fourth quarter in the Asia-Pacific region, including China. In addition, fourth-quarter net bookings increased 43% to $3.54 billion. Some industry insiders believe that the separation of Activision Blizzard and NetEase does not mean that Activision Blizzard is abandoning the Chinese market. On Tuesday afternoon, some sources claimed that listed company Century Huatong, a wholly owned subsidiary of Shengqu Games, will take over the dealership. However, Shengqu Games denied the news. [Securities Daily, in Chinese]