The iconic “World of Warcraft” and other well-known video games by Microsoft’s Blizzard Entertainment will return to China thanks to the gaming behemoth Net-Ease, the firms announced in a joint statement on Wednesday.

Following a contentious split, California-based Blizzard and Hangzhou-based NetEase ended their 15-year partnership in 2023, devastating millions of fans in China.

The businesses posted on Net Ease Games’ official Weibo account, saying, “After a year of negotiations, Blizzard and Net Ease are pleased to align on a path forward to once again serve players in mainland China.”

According to the statement, the new agreement will bring back to China the video games “World of Warcraft” and “Hearthstone,” along with other titles from the Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo, and StarCraft universes.