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What's going on with Blizzard esports, Blitzchung, and China?

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Blizzard finally spoke up on Friday after nearly a week of upheaval on the professional Hearthstone circuit. But before we can get into that, it's important to understand what let to Friday's statement.


It all started on Monday when pro player Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai used an appearance on an official stream to make a political statement. Blitzchung, who had been competing in the Hearthstone Grandmasters tournament, appeared on the Taiwanese stream wearing a gas mask and said "Liberate Hong Kong. Revolution of our age!"



[BREAKING] Hong Kong Hearthstone player @blitzchungHS calls for liberation of his country in post-game interview:https://t.co/3AgQAaPioj

@Matthieist #Hearthstone pic.twitter.com/DnaMSEaM4g


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