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szdaily -> Business
Tencent Video launches first offline store
    2017-September-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yang

nicolezyyy@163.com

TENCENT Video, a video streaming platform owned by China’s Internet giant Tencent, launched an offline store at the InJoy Mall in Shenzhen on Saturday.

The store, containing mini-cinemas, live streaming rooms, mobile gaming tables and a KTV room, is the first brick-and-mortar store launched by Tencent Video in China.

During the store’s opening ceremony, Lan Ting, spokesperson of Tencent Video, said the company is trying to enrich its users’ real-life experience by providing various kinds of entertainment services in the store, offering customers the chance to share a good time with families and friends.

According to Lan, the boundary between content producers and consumers is growing more and more vague. At the store, content consumers can become producers. Those who watch movies in the store’s mini-cinemas can also use the live streaming rooms to broadcast their viewpoints with a wider audience.

The store has 11 themed rooms, where people can watch the latest films and TV shows provided by Tencent Video or play video games. There’s also one large-sized room equipped with board games and a karaoke machine and designed to accommodate up to 15 people.

Several young people teamed up and played King of Glory, a popular mobile game developed by Tencent, in the store Saturday afternoon. Tables with phone chargers are available in the store’s gaming area, where people play mobile games and project their gaming images onto the store’s big screen in real time.

 

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