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Survey: Over 40% of Netizens Follow eSports to Fuel the Economy
The world-famous eSports, League of Legends Season 11, ends on Nov. 15, and the eSports carnival 2021 is held at the end of November. Although eSports has been considered not a sport by many people, it led to economic growth over the past few years.
Animal Crossing Movies May Be the Next Big Trend in Video Gaming
Beneath all the attention on eGamers and Twitch streams, there has been a rise in new professions within the gaming industry. In-game photographers, and video game directors are at the vanguard of the industries increasing focus on art.
Kaohsiung Gaming Tournament Illustrates Esports as New Site of Identity Contestation
There is no love lost between Taiwan and China, given China’s claims of sovereignty over Taiwan despite Taiwanese people increasingly not identifying as Taiwanese, particularly among the young people who would watch esports.
PHOTO STORY: 2017 Taipei Game Show Shines in Booming Industry
The Asia-Pacific region is leading the global games market with revenue of US$50.1 billion in 2017, and the eSports economy is expected to earn US$1 billion in 2019.