Tencent is paying users to try its new classic TV streaming app in effort to quickly grow elderly, rural user base

//Tencent is paying users to try its new classic TV streaming app in effort to quickly grow elderly, rural user base

Tencent is paying users to try its new classic TV streaming app in effort to quickly grow elderly, rural user base

Tencent Holdings, China’s gaming, social media, and entertainment king, has launched a new video platform that rewards users for watching videos, in a move to expand its presence among China’s vast elderly and rural populations.Pianduoduo, which literally means “lots of videos” in Chinese, was recently launched across application stores in China. A check on Wednesday showed that the app has been download over 20,000 times on Huawei’s app store.Offering entire seasons of popular classic TV…

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