Chinese video and live streaming company Bilibili announced that the company has agreed to share media rights for the 2020 League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) with Douyu, Huya, and eGame.
On Aug. 3, China’s League of Legends esports operator TJ Sports unveiled the partners for the 2020 League of Legends World Championships (S10).
Bilibili announced it is teaming up with League of Legends (LoL) to become the exclusive broadcaster for three major esports tournaments in China for three years.
Bilibili, a Chinese video sharing platform, has confirmed on December 6 that the company has reached a strategic partnership agreement with the world’s famous PC game League of Legends.
Invictus Gaming (IG) has become the first Chinese team to win the League of Legends World Championship, taking a clean 3-0 sweep over European team Fnatic during the finals this Saturday at Munhak Stadium in Incheon, South Korea.
Shandong Lanxiang Senior Technical School drew attention with its decision to invest 10 million yuan in a new e-sports major and related facilities in September. Lanxiang said it would subsequently invest more than another 10 million yuan in constructing venues and setting up a team for competitions.