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TikTok planning a ‘major push’ into gaming, starts conducting tests in Vietnam: Report

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TikTok is planning a “major push” into mobile gaming, with a company executive now confirming tests of HTML5 mini-games on its video-sharing app in Vietnam.

A company executive confirmed tests saying, “We are always looking at ways to enrich our platform and regularly test new features and integrations that bring value to our community.” Also Read — Tiktok emerges as most downloaded app 1n Q1 2022 globally, followed by InstagramBoasting a tech-savvy population with 70% of its citizens under the age of 35, Vietnam is an attractive market for social media platforms such as TikTok, Meta Platforms Inc’s Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s YouTube and Google, reports Reuters.

Also Read — Major companies pulling out of Russia: TikTok, Netflix, American Express and moreTikTok, which is owned by China’s ByteDance, also plans to roll out gaming more widely in Southeast Asia, the source said.

That move could come as early as the third quarter. Also Read — Netflix is testing Fast Laughs, comedy clips feed section, on its TV appTo recall, in June 2020, the Indian government banned the popular short-form video app TikTok amid border tensions with China.TikTok has also emerged as emerged as one of the world’s fastest-growing social media platforms.

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