eSports is becoming more and more popular in the world, and in China, they even build an "eSports Town". The town is built in Hangzhou, the most populous city of Zhejiang Province in East China. It covers 3.94m square feet and costs nearly $290M. It is also the first town built for only for eSports on Earth.
LGD Gaming, a Chinese eSports organization, has opened its own office and arena in the town. It's also the home arena for LGD Gaming's League of Legends team to compete in LoL Pro League (LPL).
Hangzhou will also have its own eSports team, named Hangzhou Spark. The team will play in the Overwatch League from February 14th. It's hard to believe that they invest large amounts of money in building a town only for gaming. Hangzhou will be the host for the 2022 Asian Games, and many eSports Games will be included as medal sports for the first time. With the first eSports town in Hangzhou, The pro-gaming industry is raised to a new height in China, and even in the world.
Arena of Valor and Clash Royale is every favorite mobile eSports games in China. With total numbers of the prize pool is raising a higher, playing games now is just not a hobby, but also a career to make good money. The prize pools for the biggest gaming tournaments in the world are becoming comparable to the winnings in more well-established traditional sports tournaments.
In India, PUBG and PUBG Mobile are the most popular game, and I hope there will be more professional tournaments for us.