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Facebook could cause VNG’s (Vina Game) collapse in 5 years

 


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"Addiction" Facebook game

Facebook, in addition to helping people communicate, share together, there is a lot of content providers.

Nguyen Thi Hien, 25, office workers in HCM City, said she was playing mobile games on Facebook and Farm near impossible to quit. Every day, too, she enlisted cultivation, animal husbandry and farming always consecutive hours to harvest. Many appointment time to clock up a time for a few hours in the night to harvest their products by others to “steal" away. To the agency, she does not enlist at the boss's attention.

Nguyen Anh Tuan, 32, also share in HCMC, he was referring friends to Mafia virtual called “Mafia Wars" on Facebook, which teaches the skills of a real tycoon. Now he almost hooked on it and occupied all day with it. Although this is only defined the game but he said, more time must be very restrained feel very angry when participating. In fact, there are many people willing to spend 9-10 hours a day playing games on social networks. They said many times to leave but not for being on Facebook could be attracted.

“All graphics" for Vietnamese online businesses

Most companies offer content on Facebook are foreign companies, most notably Zynga, the company specializes in providing games on the largest social network in the world today. Some domestic companies also put up his product in this social network, but most are foreign content because they bought back the rights issue in the browser format.

The games on Facebook are very popular, attracting a large number of players, each is at least hundreds of thousands of participants, and the famous ones, people play up to several tens of millions. Such as Words With Friends, being played with a lot of people VN to 19.4 million participants.

There will be no problem if domestic enterprises to compete equally with other IT companies release on Facebook. But here everything is different, when Facebook is a service of foreign companies operating in VN market, not subject to any sanction from the management bodies of water, so the mobile game released on it too. Do not over manage or censor the content, so contents on Facebook is very diverse, from adults sensitive, violent video or the negative factors, provoking, tai ola kul . makes them attractive people. This is what makes the content provider company internal fell into unfair competition.

Therefore, the warnings of Mr. Le Hong Minh, general director of VNG can completely true. With the management policy of the authorities today, companies providing foreign content almost maneuver freely in the domestic market. Meanwhile, the internal business policy compliance, financial institutions, paying taxes regularly to the State is not protected, just wanted to be fair competition with foreign companies is also very difficult.

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