Everybody wants a piece of the growing eSports pie in China


  • TECH
  • Monday, 15 Jul 2019

According to Newzoo, there has been a tremendous rise in awareness about eSports globally.

Esports is gaining rapidly in popularity and scope in China.

According to industry reports compiled by eSports analyst Newzoo and consultants PwC, China is set to overtake South Korea as the second largest eSports market after the US this year and continue to grow at a compound annual rate of 21% until 2023. China will account for US$210mil (RM862mil) in revenue this year, compared with US$409.1mil (RM1.6bil) in the US.

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