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)
Gaming

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

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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