Online Games and Virtual Property

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Online games are big business in China and they're only getting bigger. The China Annual Game Industry Report 2007 underlines the explosive growth in this industry. As of 2007, the online game user population reached 40,170,000 and has rapidly expanded since then. As the market for online games has increased, so too has the market for virtual property trading. According to The Seventh China Online Game Survey 2007, 83.7% of the users traded items for cash, 46.8% of the users hired third parties to obtain virtual properties on their behalf. These activities amounted to an estimated 4 billion in RMB in 2007.

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