By Emre Bilginoglu, Attorney, Istanbul, Turkey
Superdata, a digital research firm, states that the worldwide E-Sports’ market was valued at 1.5 billion USD this year. This firm expects a tremendous growth of 26 % by 2020.
China is undoubtly a part of this incredible growth.
In November, the World final of LoL attracted a crowd of more than 40,000 people in Beijing. LoL developer of Riot Games is owned by a Chinese firm, Tencent.
China is on the verge of becoming a new hub for worldwide E-Sports.
Another important milestone for the new hub will be the delivery of E-Sports medals at the 2022 Asian Games in Hanghou, China.
As mentioned in our previous GSLTR website posts, E-Sports’ teams are looking to open a branch in the Chinese market, as more and more investors and gamers seek out further opportunities in China.
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