Sohu.com plans to list its games business in the US, the South China Morning Post reported. The Beijing-based company, mainland China’s second-largest online portal, reported a sevenfold increase in second-quarter profits. Sohu’s soaring sales of online games and advertising reflect the surge in the mainland internet industry. The US company will be named Changyou.com and focus on online games. Sohu will remain Changyou’s majority shareholder. Other details of the share sale plan were not disclosed. Online games account for 47% of Sohu’s total revenue. Most of that comes from TLBB, a multi-player online role-playing game based on a Chinese martial-arts novel. Sohu’s total online game revenue reached US$47.9 million in the second quarter, up 11.5 times from the same period last year, and TLBB accounted for US$45.5 million.