Esports Results at the 2018 Asian Games

The 2018 Asian Games esports demonstrations came to an end on September 1stwith the final match of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018. This year, the Asian Games included six esports as demonstration sports for the very first time. It's the second largest multi-sport event after the Olympic Games and includes forty-six participating nations. Before the event,... Continue Reading →

Former RNG Coach Joins LMS’ JTeam

Back in October 2017, LPL RNG's coach Huang "FireFox" Ting-Hsiang, announced that he would be resigning following the 2017 League of Legends World Championship after two and a half years as the team's head coach. Some time ago, there was a popular rumor that he had joined the LMS team AHQ as coach. However, during... Continue Reading →

League of Legends All-Star 2017

China had an amazing showing at the 2017 League of Legends All-Star tournament, taking home first place in both 1v1 and 5v5. They managed to defeat League of Legends titans of the LCK in a best of three, 2-1 during semi-finals, and went head-to-head against LMS in a best of five for the finals, including... Continue Reading →

REDemption: LPL Wins Rift Rivals 2017 Asian Region

After four days of intense competition, the Chinese League of Legends division, LPL, triumphed in the Rift Rivals 2017 Asian region tournament against the LCK (Korea) and the LMS (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao). The first day of competition saw China with 2 wins and 2 losses (1 win and 1 loss to both LMS and... Continue Reading →

Tencent Imposes Age-Based Gaming Restrictions to Curb Addiction

As we’ve written time and time again, China is deeply concerned with video game addiction, in particular the potential for children to become addicted to games. The newest move in game addiction prevention comes from corporate giant Tencent, who will be imposing play limits on their game, Honour of Kings*, based on age. The new regulations will... Continue Reading →

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