Honor of Kings

Chinese video streaming platform Tencent Video has built up a slate of animation productions for teens and young adults (YA), and is now looking to build on this production slate and expand its existing titles internationally.

The portfolio includes both original titles and properties which have been developed from web novels and video games. Titles currently in production include:

  • Honor of Kings (13×20’), a 3D adventure/fantasy series based on a MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game
  • Lord of Mysteries: The Clown (13×35’), a 2D adventure/fantasy series adapted from the hugely-popular web novel series set in Victorian London
  • Ling Long Mountain (12×15’), a 2D adventure/fantasy series
  • Apocalypse of all Races (26×15’), a science fiction series adapted from the urban web novel
  • The Loud Inn (16×5’) a stop motion comedy series about two sisters who take over a mysterious inn
  • Taisu Project (4×20’), a 2D animated anthology film series featuring four interlinked science-fiction stories about war and life by acclaimed directors Shinichiro Watanabe, Shuuhei Morita, Li Wei and Weng Ming.
Lord of Mysteries: The Clown

The content is currently available on Tencent’s Cartoon Channel, which has made Tencent Video – a platform for teen and YA animation in China with 200 million plus viewers.

Tencent Video producer and content partnerships – animation Qing Fan said, “Our existing content has resonated strongly with the Chinese audience and we feel the time is right to introduce them to international audience. The animation industry, both in China and internationally, offers a wealth of talent and creative potential.”

Tencent Video has a content library of drama series, films, variety, shows, animation, sports, documentaries, news and many more. The company produces animation originals and has recently signed co-production deals with animation studios around the world.