Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan team gear up for final League of Legends showdown at e-sports festival, eyeing HK$300,000 prize

Sunday, 6 August 2017  (2 weeks ago)
The last day of Hong Kong’s first e-sports festival will see professional gamers from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan battle the winner of an earlier contest between Team China and Team North America, in a clash to be crowned kings of popular real-time strategy game League of Legends. The honour comes with a HK$300,000 cash prize,...

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