China News Service, Hangzhou, September 26 (Reporter Wang Hao) The first gold medal for the e-sports event of the Hangzhou Asian Games was born at the Hangzhou E-sports Center on the evening of the 26th. In the final of the Asian Games version of Honor of Kings, the Chinese team defeated the Malaysian team 2:0 and won the championship.
At the Hangzhou Asian Games, e-sports debuted as an official event for the first time, with a total of 7 events, namely: League of Legends, Honor of Kings Asian Games version, Peace Elite Asian Games version, Dota, Dream Three Kingdoms 2, Street Fighter 5, and Football Online. 4.
The Chinese team is very strong in the Asian Games version of Honor of Kings, and was regarded as the favorite to win the championship before the game. According to the rules, each team in the Asian Games version of Glory of Kings can register up to 6 players, and 5 players can play in each game. The 6 registered players for the Chinese team are Sun Linwei, Luo Siyuan, Lin Heng, Chi Xiaoming, Xu Bicheng, and Jiang Tao.
As a seed team, the Chinese team directly entered the quarterfinals of the Hangzhou Asian Games Honor of Kings Asian Games version project. In the quarter-finals, the Chinese team defeated the Myanmar team 2:0. In the semi-finals, the Chinese team faced the Thai team and also won 2:0.
In the final of the Asian Games version of Honor of Kings held on the evening of the 26th, the Chinese team faced the Malaysian team. The Chinese team, whose overall strength was clearly superior, did not give its opponents many chances in the game and easily won 2:0, winning the championship in this event. This was also the first gold medal in the e-sports event of the Hangzhou Asian Games.
In the third-place match of the Asian Games version of Honor of Kings in Hangzhou that ended earlier on the 26th, the Thai team defeated the Vietnamese team 2:0 and won the bronze medal.
Original title: (Hangzhou Asian Games) The first e-sports gold medal was born at the Hangzhou Asian Games. The Honor of Kings Asian Games version of the Chinese team won the championship.
Editor in charge: Zeng Shaolin
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