Millions of Chinese gamers were left without their favorite game World of Warcraft. The reason for this was a dispute between the American company Activision Blizzard and its Chinese partner NetEase. This is reported by Bloomberg.

Chinese gamers complain on social networks that they have lost the opportunity to play their favorite World of Warcraft.

The partnership between American and Chinese companies lasted 14 years. At the end of last year, negotiations on a new license agreement were suspended. It was to make the Diablo, Warcraft and Overwatch franchises available in China.

NetEase rejected it.

Earlier, we reported that American gamers have filed a lawsuit in federal court. They are demanding that Microsoft ban the acquisition of U.S. developer Activision Blizzard.