By Shawn Lim
An integrated eSports complex called Cyber Games Arena (CGA) has opened in Hong Kong.
The 25,000 sq ft facility cost HK$30 million ($3.8m) to build and aims to turn the city into a regional eSports hub for young talent in the industry as it grows. The two-storey building consists of training facilities, a competition arena for up to 80 gamers, television broadcasts, online streaming platforms and a retail area.
It hopes to attract 1.2m visitors and hold more than 100 local and overseas eSports competitions annually.
The Hong Kong government has also strengthened its support for the eSports industry by allocating Read full story ›
Source: The Drum