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Chinese Video Game Developer Tencent Planning Town Dedicated To Esports

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 17 / 17

Tencent, China's largest online games developer, is "building an entire town dedicated to esports," according to Yi Shu Ng of MASHABLE. The town will be located in Wuhu, China, where Tencent "just signed a framework agreement with the local government." The planned esports town "will have an esports...

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