The U.S.-listed shares of China-based companies enjoyed a broad rally Wednesday, after China regulators released a list of 60 online games that were approved , another sign of easing of the regulatory crackdown on the country's technology sector. The Invesco Golden Dragon China ETF /zigman2/quotes/207362625/composite PGJ -0.61% was indicated up more than 2% in premarket trading Wednesday, with the bulk of its components gaining ground. Among the ETF's (PGJ) more-active members, shares of Nio Inc. /zigman2/quotes/204905836/composite NIO -4.36% climbed 3.7%, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. /zigman2/quotes/201948298/composite BABA +0.45% rallied 4.0%, Pinduoduo Inc. /zigman2/quotes/208876581/composite PDD -0.39% hiked up 4.2% and Bilibili Inc. /zigman2/quotes/207131615/composite BILI -1.47% advanced 8.2%. Shares of mobile games developer NetEase Inc. /zigman2/quotes/201683625/composite NTES +0.74% gained 3.4%, even though the list of approved games didn't include one from the company. Ride hailing company DiDi Global Inc.'s stock , which isn't a PGJ component, surged 4.9%. On Monday, DiDi shares had soared 24.3% after The Wall Street Journal reported regulators let the company add new users. The PGJ has jumped 10.4% over the past three months through Tuesday but was still down 15.4% year to date, while the S&P 500 /zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime SPX -0.07% has slipped 0.2% the past three months and has lost 12.7% this year.