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TikTok’s parent company ByteDance has gone through an organisational change, making gaming one of its key pillars.
According to Reuters, the company will now be organised across six units: TikTok, its Chinese counterpart Douyin, collaboration platform Lark, B2B AI services arm BytePlus, edtech brand Dali Education and, finally, its gaming unit.
The new business unit will be built around Nuverse, its gaming arm that includes acquired businesses Moonton and C4games, as well as publishing arm Pixmain.
ByteDance’s gaming platform Danjuan Games — which launched in October last year in China — has been rebranded under the name