Mobile games: China’s iDreamSky Technology wants to raise $ 115 million on Wall Street

by bold-lichterman

Chinese mobile game publisher and translator iDreamSky Technology hopes to raise $ 115 million with its Nasdaq IPO, according to the folder that he filed with the SEC, the US market authority. The company publishes games from third-party companies for translation and distribution in China. She is notably at the origin of the Chinese versions of Fruit Ninja, Temple Run or Subway Surfers.

Founded in 2009, the Shenzhen-based company boasts 98.3 million monthly active users, and 25.8 million daily active users. Tencent is its largest shareholder. It should soon open up a major distribution channel for it with the WeChat instant messaging app.

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