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The Nintendo Switch will launch in China December 10, bringing the world's fastest-selling video game console to the world's biggest video game market (NTDOY)

Business Insider Wednesday, 4 December 2019
The Nintendo Switch will launch in China December 10, bringing the world's fastest-selling video game console to the world's biggest video game market (NTDOY)· The Nintendo Switch will be released in China on December 10.
· *Nintendo's portable video game console has already sold more than 40 million units worldwide, and China is the world's biggest market for video games.*
· Nintendo has partnered with Tencent, one of China's largest companies, to make the deal possible;...
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