Yang Yang and Jiang Shuying’s online gaming drama The King’s Avatar has premiered on Tencent. The 40 episode drama releases 2 episodes every Wednesday to Friday, and VIP members get a 6 episode head start. English subs will be available on Viki and possibly Tencent’s Youtube channel.

Theme song by new Tencent boyband R1SE

How does the CGI here compare to the CGI in L.O.R.D?
Jiang Shuying as Chen Guo
Lai Yumeng as Su Mucheng
Li Muchen as Tang Rou
Lai Yi as Bao Rongxing

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3 thoughts on “The King’s Avatar is now streaming on Tencent”

  1. I’m disappointed. The CGI idea was stolen from Riot, everything is far from the original novel by Hudie Lan. I hate seeing Yang Yang as Ye Xiu, what an eyesore.

  2. I already watched the first 8 episodes. CGI is good. The actors fit the characters very well. And the story is entertaining though there are some changes from the novel/anime, not a problem..

    1. I agree about the CGI! I feel as if the CGI is head and shoulders above the usual TV fare. I went into this with low hopes and am honestly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. All the actors are decent and fit their characters, the editing is well done, and the plot is smooth. I generally don’t watch this type of show because I don’t game at all, but it surpassed my expectations.

      I would recommend this to anyone looking for a light tv show. Nothing deep or transcendent about this, but it is highly satisfying.

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