The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent
The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent
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Honour of Kings Champion Cup gets first e-sports live audience in China since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic

  • Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 only released 2,000 tickets for a stadium with a capacity of 19,000
  • It was the was the first major e-sports event to get a live audience in China this year while most international events still face delays

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The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent
The Honour of Kings World Champion Cup 2020 has a sparse audience at Beijing's Wukesong Arena on August 16 thanks to strict controls because of the coronavirus. Photo: Tencent
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