This is a cool return to the Chinese esports scene after the COVID blues. There are lots of exciting new events and stories. New events and sponsors gave the business a boost last week. Let’s find out what’s new in the world of Chinese e-sports!
Chinese Esports Rise: Team Aster’s Visa Problems: A Setback on Their Dota 2 Journey
The Chinese Dota 2 team Aster did very well at the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor in Kiev. They did so well that they were invited to the ESL One Los Angeles Major. But wait! Three out of the five players still don’t have visas. Zhili, the CEO of Team Aster, told everyone that they’re looking for backup players in case things go wrong with the visas.
Chinese Esports Rise: CCTV takes a chance by showing the first-ever documentary about e-sports.
Get ready to play games on the couch! Watch China Central Television (CCTV) for the first-ever Chinese e-sports programme, called “Esports In China.” They’re taking video games right into your living room, which is making e-sports more popular.
NetEase makes Warcraft III better: $120K Gold Team Competition Starts
Warcraft III fans, please be happy! The $120,000 Warcraft III Gold Team challenge is now live on NetEase, a great company for gamers. Place your bets, because this race is about to take the Warcraft III scene to a whole new level.
Vici Gaming and JBO Work Well Together
Vici Gaming’s Dota 2 team is in the news because they got a marketing deal with JBO, a company that runs betting sites. The team is getting ready for more wins with JBO on their side. It’s like a match made in gaming heaven.
Chinese Esports Rise: Faker’s Charity: $25,000 to Fight COVID-19
In a very kind act, South Korean e-sports star Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok donated $25,000 to help fight the coronavirus spread in his own country. An authentic video game star in and out of the game!
It’s official: e-sports will be held at the 2021 Asian Games!
The 2021 Asian Indoor and Martial Art Games will be all about e-sports, so hold on to your controls. Prepare to fight for medals in the virtual arena along with traditional sports, gamers!
Chinese e-sports news every week from The Esports Observer
The Esports Observer brings you the latest news in the business world of e-sports in China every week. We have all the exciting news you need every week about e-sports, from big investments to partnerships and everything in between!
To sum up, the Chinese e-sports scene is back on track, and it’s exciting and dramatic. It’s an exciting time to be a part of the gaming community in China with us at SLOTBANGJAGO. Now that esports, big-money events, and gaming charity work are all being shown on national TV. Watch out for more e-sports fun in the weeks to come!