Chinese esports fans were heartbroken on Sunday following PSG.LGD’s knock out from Dota 2’s The International 2019 (Ti9) tournament. After their elimination, there were no Chinese teams left in the tournament.
Chinese e-sports powerhouse PSG.LGD successfully broke into the upper bracket final of the ongoing Dota 2 International in Shanghai tournament.
The ongoing International 2019 in Shanghai is gaining heat as the top eight teams to advance to the upper bracket of the main event, as well as the first teams to be eliminated are revealed.
Chinese teams PSG.LGD and Newbee are looking strong and in good standing after day one of the Dota 2 International 2019.
PUBG Mobile continues to reign as the king of mobile games based on monthly revenue, according to market research firm Sensor Tower.
On Aug. 7, NetEase, one of China’s leading internet and online game services providers, announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019.
On August 1, Google shared data on the global gaming market and trends regarding Chinese gaming companies.
Game lovers across the world now have something to look forward to! Tencent Games said on July 22 that its Timi Studio Group will work with The Pokémon Company to develop new games.
Douyu, the game live streaming company, has officially gone public on NASDAQ on July 17, trading under the ticker symbol of “DOYU”.
The Arena of Valor (AoV) World Cup 2019 grand finals will kick off on Sunday, where a new world champion will be crowned.
China’s e-sports organizations may have an easier way of seeking out new young talents now.
For some reasons, Dota did it. It has somehow been able to withstand the test of time and snowball into a bigger influencer in the gaming sector year after year. This peculiar phenomenon can be explained by the way the game was experienced by most Chinese gamers while they were growing up.
At the conclusion of last year’s international Dota tournament, Ti8, the venue location for Ti9 was announced. It was to be held: Shanghai, China.