NTES - NetEase, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
267.69
+7.73 (+2.97%)
As of 10:17AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close259.96
Open265.06
Bid268.67 x 800
Ask269.36 x 800
Day's Range263.50 - 270.05
52 Week Range184.60 - 289.69
Volume165,014
Avg. Volume756,615
Market Cap34.254B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.61
PE Ratio (TTM)40.14
EPS (TTM)6.67
Earnings DateAug 6, 2019 - Aug 12, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.76 (1.06%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-30
1y Target Est306.06
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    (Bloomberg) -- In The Legend of Mir, warriors and sorcerers battle creatures from an ancient universe. Now, WeMade Co.’s long-time videogame hit is at the center of a string of legal battles that could serve as a rallying cry for foreign companies harboring grievances against Chinese rivals.Over the last three years, the South Korean studio’s chief executive officer, Henry Chang, has filed about 65 lawsuits in China, Singapore and South Korea against Chinese gaming studios, attempting to block what he alleges are unlicensed versions of his two-decade-old title.That makes the 44-year-old one of the few foreign executives audacious enough to challenge a batch of Chinese firms in the world’s largest videogame market.He’s already racked up a few victories: In December, a Beijing court ordered Guangzhou-based 37 Interactive Entertainment Technology Co. to stop selling a game allegedly based on Mir. In May, a Singapore-based arbitration court required a unit of China’s Kingnet Network Co. to pay WeMade 468 million yuan ($68 million) in royalties.Chang’s crusade provides a window into new challenges facing a $38 billion videogame industry dominated by local behemoths Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc. Chinese courts are taking a tougher stance on copyright laws. And while multinationals have long avoided filing suits against rivals in China, Chang feels it’s now worth the effort partly because U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade war has raised awareness about intellectual property.“Some people say Trump is bringing the world to its end, but I think he’s playing a positive role when it comes to China, ” said Chang, a grey-haired executive who prefers jeans to suits “He’s speeding up China’s change through pressure.”Chang could also use the money: WeMade now relies on royalties from licensed games like Mir for half its revenue.On its WeChat account on May 10, before the arbitration court’s ruling, Kingnet said that although it was open to negotiations, the damages WeMade was seeking were too high. It urged the South Korean firm to stop “ill-intentioned" lawsuits and "unreasonable" demands. Tencent didn’t comment, while Kingnet and 37 Interactive didn’t respond to questions.“We fully respect the intellectual property rights of others and of our own, and we are a constant advocate for the protection of copyright,” NetEase said in an emailed statement. “NetEase has always had a ‘zero tolerance’ policy toward copycatting/plagiarism.”Even before the trade war, Chinese courts had begun enhancing protections for intellectual property, as more domestic corporations climbed the value chain and produced cutting-edge innovations. But Chang feels that’s accelerated as Trump called attention to the issue.He hopes winning more suits will boost profitability. Still, the effects of court battles like his could be felt beyond videogames.“It would embolden more foreign companies, especially ones in the U.S. and Japan, to go ahead with suing Chinese firms on Chinese soil,” said Wi Jong-hyun, a professor of business management at Seoul’s Chung-Ang University. “These lawsuits would add headaches for Chinese companies who would no longer enjoy the kind of protection they would in the past.”Foreign firms are restricted from selling games without a local partner in China, which research firm Newzoo estimates is home to more than 600 million gamers. But growth slowed for the industry after Beijing froze licenses for new games for nine months last year and attempted to reduce screen time for teenagers.Other international companies, including U.S.-based Activision Blizzard Inc. and Seoul-based PUBG Corp., have previously sued Chinese firms for allegedly ripping off content. And the gaming industry in other parts of the world, including South Korea, has in the past been blamed for allowing other varieties of copycats.But Byun Ung-jae, a lawyer with Seoul-based Yulchon LLC, said China’s courts have become quicker to prohibit possible knockoffs from selling.“WeMade stands out because they’ve been brave and dogged enough to take the fight to the court for quite some time,” said Byun, who doesn’t have business ties with the company. “China’s gaming industry has also grown huge now, so the country also feels it’s time to provide protection for its own sake.”WeMade struck gold about 20 years ago when it released Mir through Shanda Games in China, getting as many as 200 million people to sign up at one point.But in the summer of 2015, as Chang traveled to China, he was shocked to learn that games almost identical to Mir were in service there.Yet his company had spotted red flags years before. In 2003, WeMade sued Shanda for allegedly copying Mir in its own game without licensing. The dispute was settled several years later, after Shanda bought a majority stake in a Korean company that is a Mir co-licensor.Shanda, which still runs the original Mir game in China and didn’t respond to a request for comment, is in a separate lawsuit with WeMade about renewing their licensing agreement.Winning isn’t easy. In April, a Hangzhou court issued an injunction, temporarily stopping another Kingnet unit from publishing one version of a game WeMade said was based on Mir. Kingnet produced a new version, sparking another round of legal battles over what WeMade says is really the same game.It’s easy to see why Chang likes Trump’s toughness on China, but he also worries about a trade war escalation.“It has been positive so far, with China showing off its judicial system," Chang said. "But if this really turns into a war, it may no longer feel like doing so.”To contact the reporters on this story: Sam Kim in Seoul at skim609@bloomberg.net;Zheping Huang in Hong Kong at zhuang245@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Edwin Chan at echan273@bloomberg.net, Anjali CordeiroFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    GUANGZHOU, China, May 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- NetEase, Inc. (NTES) ("NetEase" or the "Company"), one of China's leading internet and online game services providers, celebrated its diversified portfolio of PC and mobile games and announced partnerships and new products at its Fifth Annual Product Launch event (formerly known as the NetEase Annual "520 Game Enthusiasts' Day") on Monday, May 20, 2019. Showcasing strategic layouts and plans for over 50 products, NetEase Games demonstrated its commitment to being a global leader in online games. "We go through a process of innovation and continuous improvement to maximize the value of our games and bring users around the world premium experiences with our games and rich entertainment content," said William Ding, Chief Executive Officer and Director of NetEase.

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    NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) reported its quarterly earnings results late on Wednesday, bringing in a profit that was stronger than what analysts called for, while the company's revenue surged more than 25% year-over-year and topped expectations, lifting NTES stock after hours.The China-based business had a strong first quarter due in large part to positive performances from its gaming and e-commerce segments, lifting revenue to $2.74 billion, a 29.5% increase compared to the year-ago quarter. Analysts were calling for the business to bring in sales of $2.71 billion.NetEase added that its earnings, when adjusted for special items, came in at $3.48 per ADS. The Wall Street consensus estimate projected the company would amass earnings of $1.86 per ADS.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe company's Online game services branch was its largest unit and it saw a sales increase of 35%, while the e-commerce segment saw sales gain roughly 28% year-over-year. "Online game services revenues continued to grow steadily with the support of a diversified portfolio and impressive performances from all of our leading titles," NetEase CEO William Ding said.The company's operating expenses declined roughly 1.3% when compared to the year-ago quarter to $697.5 million, due in part to decreased marketing expenditures connected to online game services and e-commerce, as well as lower costs related to shipping and handling.NTES stock is up about 2.3% after the bell on Wednesday following the company's strong quarterly earnings showing. Shares had been down roughly 0.1% during regular trading hours for NetEase as the business geared up to report for its period. More From InvestorPlace * 7 Dividend Stocks to Buy as the Trade War Reignites * 6 Trade War Stocks With a Lot of Risk * 10 Retirement Stocks That Won't Wilt in a Bear Market Compare Brokers The post NetEase Earnings: NTES Stock Surges on Q1 Earnings Beat appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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