Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd will take a majority stake in a new venture with leading music-streaming company China Music Corporation that combines their digital music businesses. Financial terms were not disclosed but a person with knowledge of the matter said the new company would be valued at about $6 billion (roughly Rs. 40,249 crores). The person declined to be identified as the information has not been made public. Tencent faces the challenge of having to persuade Chinese users to pay for digital music in a market where piracy has been a major issue, analysts said, but the biggest social network and online entertainment company in China could leverage its popular WeChat mobile payment system to promote value-added music services.