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China is now getting ready to launch its first game center application, qq.
The Chinese capital city of Beijing is the latest Chinese city to get on board the mobile gaming bandwagon, with the first application launching today.
The Beijing app, called QQ, allows users to rent virtual cars for around 20 yuan per day, with a range of other cars available as well.
It also offers a way to play virtual sports like football, cricket, cricket with real players, tennis and golf.QQ is available in the China Mobile App Marketplace, and it is available for Android, iOS and Windows 10.
The app has a list of the cars that can be rented, as well as an interactive map showing the locations of the available vehicles.
The Shanghai-based QQ game center also recently introduced its QQ+ app, which offers the same functionality, but with a larger selection of virtual sports, and has been in testing since October.
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