In this video, Jim argues that Valve's (Steam) reluctance to approve two pro Hong Kong themed games on their store front suggests China Bootlicking.
Argues that many games, even ones that are literally broken - some even revolving around hate speech, can get approved within 5 days. But two particular Hong-Kong themed games are taking months to get approved. When the developers pressed, Valve stated, "your games are controversial" thus adding into the time it takes for approval.
Jim then states that even games with Pro-Trump messaging such as "Lock Her Up" get approved very quickly on the storefront, so controversial politics can't be the sole reason.
Ultimately, Valve seems to be cherry picking these two particular pro Hong Kong based games by not approving them despite having a track record of basically, approving literally everything. Even after the developers have tried multiple times, and have contacted Valve directly, their games have yet to be approved, even after several months have passed.
Jim then closes with:
"All of this points to Valve being yet another corporation being scared of upsetting China's government because there is too much money to be made by the Chinese audience."
Edit: Kotaku also wrote an article about this that Jim references, but I can't find the link to it. Will update later.