Bilibili tops 65 million daily active users, overtakes Youku to become China's third-largest long-form video platform
In terms of user duration, Bilibili has stabilized at more than 80 minutes, lower than TikTok's more than 100 minutes.
Bilibili falls in Hong Kong debut amid 'black swan event'
Regarding Bilibili's share price performance in Hong Kong, its chairman and CEO Chen Rui said that the capital market situation is relatively poor and this should be considered a black swan event.
CCTV commentary calls error in Bilibili's listing document 'inexcusable'
China's state broadcaster CCTV posted a comment on its WeChat account saying the mistake was "staggering" and that "it's an inexcusable oops."
Bilibili caught copying Baidu in Hong Kong secondary listing material
Going public can be a complicated process, especially considering the amount of documentation that needs to be prepared. So, is there a shortcut? Chinese video platform Bilibili seems to have found one.
Bilibili HK listing's international placement reportedly canceled by some institutional investors
That's due to a lack of investor confidence in tech stocks over the past week and concerns about a broader environment that includes rising US Treasury yields.
Bilibili passes Hong Kong listing hearing
Bilibili has passed its listing hearing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, a filing showed on Tuesday, meaning its offering will launch as soon as next week.
Bilibili aims to reach 400 million monthly active users by 2023
Analysts told CnTechPost that Bilibili's goal clearly exceeds market expectations of around 350 million monthly active users by 2023.
Bilibili, China's version of YouTube, denies it will add header ads to its videos
Recently, a picture has been circulating on the Chinese internet, which reads "Bilibili announced that it will add a 15-second header ad to its videos since January 30.
Chinese video platform Bilibili has filed for listing in Hong Kong, plans to go public in March, report says
Although Bilibili's listing team hopes to officially ring the bell in Hong Kong in March, its specific timeline will still need to be arranged according to the HKSE's timing for passing the hearing.
Bilibili reportedly planning secondary IPO in Hong Kong, could raise more than $2 billion
Chinese video platform Bilibili is preparing for a secondary listing in Hong Kong with a possible capital raising of more than $2 billion, CNBC said, citing a person familiar with the matter.