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《E-sports market will be larger and systematic》

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Reported by Leung Sze Wai

As many participate E-sports nowadays, the importance of E-sports becomes more and more important. Also, E-sports will be included in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.


"E-sports are becoming popular so i believe that the market share of it will be bigger," said Eric Yeung Chuen Sing, the president of the Hong Kong E-Sports Association.


“E-sports market will be larger and systematic.” said the President of E-sports Association Hong Kong.


Yeung, who was a guest speaker at Hong Kong Shue Yan University said there are 10.3 million people is the fans of E-sport. However, E-sports need more mature fans today.


Yeung explained that E-sports is not a new trend for us. The first game was launched at Stanford University in 1972. With the advancement of technology, E-sports is booming. Many Asian countries, such as South Korea and China where have many talented players who have won many matches.


In addition, Yeung believes that government support is important point of the development of E-sports. For example, In South Korea, the government promoted the development of e-sports by combining e-sports and entertainment industries. The number of e-sports enthusiasts in Korea accounts for about 10% of the population.


“Hong Kong is suitable to develop E-sports.” said Yeung. For Hong Kong, it has some competitive advantages for E-sports.


There is no any censorship restrictions on foreign games as well as popularity of social games which can be subject for e-sports event. However, government should provide supports for E-sports through policy cooperating, he added.


Moreover, due to traditional concepts and social atmosphere, men appear in large E-sports competitions, but Yeung believed that E-sports is not only for male. For example of an E-sports team in Vietnam, indicating that opportunities for men and women are slowly changing. Yeung also mentioned data on men and women playing the "King of Glory" game in mainland China, showing that the ratio of men to women is 50% to 40%, showing a balanced ratio.


Finally, Yeung forecasted that, there would be more local clubs and schools in training players. He also believed that the Hong Kong government would give more support to the industry.--165070 2018年11月6日 (二) 17:49 (CST)

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