More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)
More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)

Beijing and Shanghai want to be global gaming capitals, but content controls are a problem

Beijing hosted the League of Legends World Championship in 2017 and Shanghai had The International 2019, but analysts worry tightening controls will dampen industry creativity

Topic |   Gaming
More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)
More than 40,000 fans showed up at the National Stadium in Beijing for the League of Legends World Championship in 2017, where a dragon was added onto the set using augmented reality. (Picture: Riot Games)
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