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Blizzard Entertainment cuts punishment for gamer in Hong Kong protests row

Reuters Monday, 14 October 2019
U.S. games publisher Blizzard Entertainment has reduced the punishment dealt out to a Hong Kong-based Hearthstone esports gamer for his public support of pro-democracy protests after its decision sparked controversy among players and the public.
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