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5-08-2009 @ 1:16PM
1) There is no WotLK in China yet. That probably means a much larger lack of content than US or EU will ever see.2) Chinese pay by the hour. They don't pay monthly subscriptions. That means it is much easier for them to take a break at anytime... and jump right back again even if just to check out new stuff.3) There is also the change of Chinese operator from the9 to Netease... could it be that the9 didn't do a good job with the servers?So... all these things mean one thing: the Chinese are probably playing less.Once WotLK gets approved and servers move to Netease then a lot of those players will come back to check out WotLK and that could push the number over 12 million.
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