After several of its classic game prototypes and assets were leaked back in 2020, Nintendo has finally acknowledged the event and has increased its security then.
As transcribed by Twitter user NStyles (via VGC), Nintendo was asked during its annual shareholder meeting in Kyoto, Japan, what it stance was on iQue, the Chinese brand that was created to release Nintendo content and was included in the big leak.
“The PC and mobile games market in China is large, but dedicated games consoles are not so large,” Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa said. “Together with Tencent, we want to continue to popularize them. We are working with experts on information leaks. We have also introduced information security management.”