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Could this be China’s most dedicated WoW player? A Chinese WoW player has fully leveled more than 247 accounts, and that’s not all he’s done…
It’s been a good six months since Hearthstone was released worldwide, and its influence has grown steadily around the world. Tournaments are sprouting internationally, and Vietnam is no exception.
Blizzard Entertainment is celebrating World of Warcraft’s tenth anniversary, and it’s starting by sending one lucky SEA player to Blizzcon 2014.
Following the success of the China vs Korea Masters competition, Netease has teamed with e-Sports Square to bring us the China-Japan Hearthstone Challenge.
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease’s CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.
It’s fair to say that MOBA games are huge right now. Whether you look to record-breaking prize pools, or the genre’s play-time dominance in China, it’s a fact that’s impossible to ignore. Nor does it seem that game companies are …
Learn more about the 16 Chinese players remaining in the China Hearthstone Championship.
Netease, publisher of Heroes of the Storm in China, merges MOBA with RTS to create Netease Allstars.
Heroes of the Storm becomes available in Chinese, plus a sneak peek at the next hero, Chen Stormstout.
Want to see the best Hearthstone players in Southeast Asia duke it out? You’ll get your wish in just a few short weeks!
Blizzard totally exceeded our expectations with Curse of Naxxarmas! It is extremely hard, but also insanely fun!
Blizzard’s beloved China GM Alex Dai has, rather unexpectedly, announced his resignation. Chinese Blizzard fans are sad.
IEM Shenzhen Hearthstone Day 3: Amaz and RDU face off in first rematch after Dreamhack Summer Finals!July 18, 2014 | Kacper Śmigiel
RDU and Amaz to duke out their first rematch after Dreamhack Summer Finals in the semi-finals of IEM Shenzhen!
Blizzard’s China cosplay contest will wrap up at ChinaJoy, but you can take a sneak peek at some of the finalists right now!
Diablo 3 is coming to China, but exactly when is still up in the air. It has taken more than 700 days to censor the game for China, and it could take more.
Two Hong Kong players made it out of the group stage and right now we are waiting for Amaz to do the same. So far, the tournamen has been dominated by big names, however the hardest of groups was dominated by a Chinese player: Jeanno.
Intel Extreme Masters Shenzhen Hearthstone Tournament Day 1 kicks off today: will Asia dominate Europe and North America?July 16, 2014 | Kacper Śmigiel
It’s finally time to put one of the best asian players to the test against the western powerhouses. However, Asia has one of the best Hearthstone players in the world : Amaz! Will he be able to crush his western rivals?