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California-based game company Blizzard bans pro esports player and confiscates his prize money after he voices support for Hong Kong protesters

Business Insider Tuesday, 8 October 2019
California-based game company Blizzard bans pro esports player and confiscates his prize money after he voices support for Hong Kong protesters· Blizzard Entertainment has sent a professional esports player home from a tournament and handed him a 12-month ban after he voiced support for Hong Kong protesters during a post-game interview.
· The esports player, known as Blitzchung – real name Chung Ng Wai – will also be fined the full amount of the prize money he...
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Anti-government protests have continued in Hong Kong after authorities shut down subway services and criminalised the wearing of face masks at rallies. Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam reaffirmed her determination not to let rioters get the upper hand in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory,...

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