Game Not Over

Chen, Shu-Ching Jean
November 2007
Forbes Asia;11/12/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p76
The article focuses on Shi Yuzhu, the founder of computer game company ZTgame and one of China's richest. In mid-October 2007, Shi made an IPO filing at the New York Stock Exchange for the holding company of ZTgame, Giant Interactive Group. The offerings prospect puts Shi's wealth at $2.2 billion, ranking him amid other online fortunes in active China. In less than three years, Giant Interactive has risen to become China's fifth-largest online games outfit in an $815 million market.


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