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Shanghai offers financial support to virus-hit film, tourism, e-sports sectors
Shanghai will support its cultural and tourism industries by providing lump-sum subsidies and low-interest loans, and refunding cash deposits to travel agencies, to ease the impact of coronavirus outbreak, local authorities said Wednesday.
Shanghai makes strides toward becoming global e-sports center
This summer has seen an explosion in the popularity of e-sports in China's international metropolis of Shanghai, which is striving to build itself into a global e-sports center.
E-sports revenue surges in Germany, biggest market in Europe
Revenue from e-sports events in Germany have surged in the past year, generated by the sales of tickets, media rights and sponsorship deals in the new global phenomenon of electronic sports gaming.
Business leaders confident in opportunities of e-sports industry in Greater Bay Area
At a forum held here on Tuesday, three business leaders from Hong Kong and Macao e-sports industry said they were ready to embrace opportunities generated by the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
Chinese streaming platform DouYu International sets terms for U.S. IPO
DouYu International Holdings, a live e-sports streaming platform in China, announced terms for its initial public offering (IPO) on the U.S. stock market on Monday.
China's growing e-sports market creates huge talent demand
E-sports players are in huge demand in China as the market is expected to expand steadily in the next few years, an industrial report showed.
China e-sports games sales up 14.2 pct on-yr to RMB83.44bln in 2018
China’s e-sports game market realized actual sales of 83.44 billion yuan in 2018, up 14.2 percent year on year, according to 2018 China Game Industry Report released by China Game Publishing Committee (GPC).
China’s e-sports industry expected to exceed RMB88 bln in 2018
China's e-sports industry is growing rapidly in recent years, according to a report released by Beijing-based research firm CNG.
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