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Bilibili inks three-year contract to broadcast League of Legends in China

Reuters Friday, 6 December 2019
Bilibili inks three-year contract to broadcast League of Legends in ChinaChinese video site Bilibili said on Friday it had agreed to a three-year contract to domestically broadcast events linked to the world's most popular desktop game League of Legends, as the esports market in China heats up.
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