China's Internet market attracted 137 investments in 2010, of which 45.99% went to the e-commerce segment market, said a report by Zero2IPO, a consultancy focused on institutional investment. Of the 56 investments in e-commerce, 40 were disclosed, and they involved a combined $714 million, with an average of $17.85 million per investment, said the report. Online gaming was responsible for 18.25%, or 25, of the investments, of which 20 were disclosed involving a combined $137 million, or $6.85 million per investment.
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