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21 June 2016 By Robyn Mak

A consortium led by the Chinese gaming giant will buy 84 pct of the Clash of Clans maker for $8.6 bln. Tencent will have voting control, yet will invest less than half that sum in equity. It’s a shrewd way to reduce the risks of buying into a notoriously hit-driven business.

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