NetEase Received New World of WarCraft Servers in China

Marbridge Consulting reported that NetEase CEO William Ding revealed the brand-new servers to be used for World of Warcraft in China arrived on May 18.  NetEase technicians are currently installing the server clusters in preparation for their official launch next month, once the license held by The9 expires this upcoming June 8. We hope the transition for our Chinese fans is smooth without any hiccups in the service.—source.

CEO of Chinese online game developer and operator Netease (Nasdaq: NTES), William Ding, has revealed that hardware and equipment that will be used to operate the 3D MMORPG World of Warcraft was delivered on May 18, and is currently being installed.

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