The conflict between NetEase and Blizzard Entertainment continues to develop. According to Sina Technology, the Chinese company has sued Blizzard and demanded ¥300 million ($43.5 million) in damages. 

NetEase wants the developers to make up for the closure of the games in China: all of the company’s projects, except Diablo Immortal, stopped working in China on January 23 after the partnership agreement between the companies expired, as we wrote about earlier. 

The ¥300 million amount includes compensation for refunds to Chinese players, unsold merchandise, and prepayments for work on unreleased games. 

This is a bit of a confusing situation, complicated by Blizzard’s past statement that it was the Chinese company’s fault that the licensing agreement was not renewed.

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