PandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David WongPandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David Wong
PandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David Wong

League of Legends tournament sees Hong Kong join the global game – with billions up for grabs

Video gaming used to be just for kids. Now it’s big business with the power to drive consumer spending and boost tourism

Topic |   Video gaming
PandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David WongPandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David Wong
PandaCute, Hong Kong's first and only all-female professional esports team, takes part in a League of Legends tournament in Kowloon Bay. Photo: David Wong
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