For China's Xi Jinping, the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is a pivotal moment, Vox reports.
The new game from Tencent has reportedly been played more than 400 million times.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon and Martin Soong report from Beijing, China, on the Communist Party's five-yearly National Congress.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. wants to deepen cooperation with India given negative Chinese influence.
China reported third-quarter GDP figures on Thursday.
Mark Konyn, group CIO, AIA, says China's Party Congress will emphasize softer "quality of life" targets over specific figures for areas like GDP growth.
The Chinese president is consolidating power at a "very consequential" time, says ex-U.S. diplomat Nicholas Burns.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that China supports an open world economy and pledged further liberalization of its market to foreign investors.
All eyes are on the Middle Kingdom as the Communist Party's 19th National Congress gets underway.
It’s a big day in China as the nation kicks off the 19th Communist Party Congress, a political event that only takes place once every five years.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the latest details from the 19th Communist Party Congress meeting.
Users also reported that they were not able to change profile pictures on Tencent-owned WeChat.
President Xi Jinping said China supports an open world economy and pledged further opening of its market to foreign investors.
Conrad Saldanha, senior portfolio manager for emerging market equities at Neuberger Berman, speaks about the Chinese economy.
Miranda Carr, senior analyst at Haitong Securities, speaks about Chinese foreign policy.
Miranda Carr, senior analyst at Haitong Securities, responds to Chinese President Xi Jinping's address at the Communist Party National Congress.
Beat Wittmann, co-founder, partner and chairman at Porta Advisors, speaks about different investment strategies in the world's second-largest economy.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon and Martin Soong discuss what could be on the agenda for the Chinese Communist Party's National Congress.
Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke Wednesday at the beginning of the Communist Party's once-every-five-year Party Congress.
China's once-in-five-years Communist Party Congress is about politics rather than economics, but investors are still reading the tea leaves.