Access Bright (Tokyo, President: Yukihiro Kashiwakuchi), a company that supports the Chinese development of Japanese content, such as mobile games, handles the Chinese management and distribution of “Steins;Gate”, a native application aimed at smart phones from Mages., a subsidiary of Dwango. On August 28, it was announced that the app reached number 12 on the Chinese App Store’s domestic, composite paid app rankings. It was also announced that it had reached number 2 in the same app store’s paid adventure game category

Details:  The Chinese version of “Steins; Gate”, which is managed by Access Bright, has achieved the number 12 ranking on the Chinese App Store’s composite paid rankings. It is also number 2 in the paid adventure game category