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Blizzard bans 3 more 'Hearthstone' players for holding up pro-Hong Kong protest signs during a livestream

Business Insider Thursday, 17 October 2019
Blizzard bans 3 more 'Hearthstone' players for holding up pro-Hong Kong protest signs during a livestream· Blizzard risks triggering a fresh censorship furore after banning three more 'Hearthstone' players from participating in tournaments after the trio held up a sign supporting the ongoing Hong Kong protests.
· Casey Chambers, Corwin Dark and a third player who goes by the online moniker TJammer held up the sign towards the end...
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