Last week, the Chinese esports industry experienced some early summer heat that brought new changes to the scene, witnessing some significant esports announcements from the Beijing government.
Following a somewhat unremarkable week, the Chinese esports industry has since observed some big moves entering April.
Last week, Chinese Peacekeeper Elite team Titan Esports Club (TEC) won the first week of competitions in the Peace Elite League, and took home its first one million yuan in prize money.
With the Chinese New Year celebrations coming to an end, after a tepid week of events and activities, China’s esports industry is kicking off the Year of the Ox with a series of exciting developments.
During the first month of 2021, China’s esports industry witnessed noteworthy investments and developments. Here are the top stories of the final week of January 2021.
On Oct. 30, Bilibili Gaming (BLG) held a grand opening of its headquarters in Hangzhou Future Science Town.
The 2020 League of Legends World Championship Grand Final is only two days away.
Chinese live streaming platform DouYu has been awarded ￥30M Chinese yuan ($4.48M USD) in a lawsuit against Leyou Network Technology.
China-Germany automotive brand FAW-Audi and Chinese dairy brand An Mu Xi have become the latest sponsors of Chinese esports organization Top Esport (TES) League of Legends team.