The game industry has become a lucrative and influential business model, and Chinese entrepreneurs are making millions of dollars by helping to grow it.
But while Chinese entrepreneurs have built some of the largest companies in the world, there’s a lot of confusion about how to get started.
Here are five key questions you should ask before jumping in and making a video game business your own:What does it take to start a video-game business?
Start small and keep doing what you love, says John Chen, founder and CEO of China Game Company, a Chinese company that makes online games for video-gaming companies.
The company offers one game to every 100 users.
It’s important to know what you’re getting into.
You need to understand the business model you want to launch.
You also need to be willing to give up your dreams of becoming a multimillionaire.
Chen says the biggest obstacle to becoming a video producer is that there aren’t many games in the market.
But that’s changing.
Chen says Chinese companies are producing games at a rapid pace and that they’re gaining traction.
He says he expects Chinese companies to make more than $1 billion this year.
But Chen says that you need to have a solid background in game design and have an understanding of the business side of the industry.
You don’t need to know the rules of the game industry to get a shot at making a successful game.
You need to make sure you’re prepared to work hard and take risks.
Chen recommends that you spend at least $20,000 on research, and he’s got a spreadsheet to help you get started with your research.
If you’re not ready to invest the big bucks, then you can hire an independent consultant to help guide you.
The consultant will help you find out what kind of business model is right for your business.
You’ll also need the right equipment.
If your business doesn’t have the resources to get off the ground, you can take some lessons from other successful businesses.
Chen tells NBC News that he’s worked with a company that has created a series of games with players controlling a hero, a character.
Chen thinks that if you have a few successful games that are all-inclusive, then people will come back to the company.
Chens game company has created several video-games, and it’s been making money for the last six years.
He believes it’s a model that could be replicated for a large-scale video-production business.
Cheson says that when he started, he had no idea how big video games would become.
Now he’s looking forward to the day when he can go back to his old hobby.
“Video games are the future of gaming,” Chen says.
“I want to be able to share that with my grandchildren.”