Competitive Video-Gaming Gets Attention of Major Entertainment Companies
No longer just the province of a few dedicated gamers, competitive video-gaming — also known as electronic sports or eSports — is gaining recognition from mainstream entertainment companies in China.
Big names like Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. are becoming more involved in the country’s growing eSports scene, which sees teams of video-game players compete for cash prizes at increasingly large-scale international competitions.
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