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Blizzard is under scrutiny from lawmakers, gamers, and maybe even its own employees after punishing a 'Hearthstone' competitor who voiced his support for protesters in Hong Kong

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Blizzard is under scrutiny from lawmakers, gamers, and maybe even its own employees after punishing a 'Hearthstone' competitor who voiced his support for protesters in Hong Kong· *Blizzard Entertainment, the company behind video games like "World of Warcraft" and "Overwatch," is under scrutiny for its decision to punish an esports player who voiced support for protesters in Hong Kong.*
· *Chung Ng Wai, the esports athlete better known as Blitzchung, shouted "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our age"...
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