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By M. Grace
on April 17, 2017 21:04 PM
Chinese Christian Pop Singer Jay Chou has partnered with VC fund IDG Capital in order to form an e-sports themed cybercafé brand called JESPORTS.
The said cybercafé featured a 1,700 square meter area equipped with 230 computers which can be used for board games, online games and watching live streaming e-sports competitions.
Chou has reportedly plans to influence the JESPORTS to partner with more gaming company forms and together, hold e-sports tournaments in the future.
It can be noted that the famous Chinese pop singer is also a hardcore gamer. He endorsed number of popular games such as "League of Legends" and bought Taiwanese "League of Legends" team Taipei Assassins.
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