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  • Chinese college offers gaming course
  • Chinese college offers gaming course
    Michael Saechang (2010) ©

Chinese college offers gaming course

China’s online gaming industry is worth $13.5 billion and spans 190 million people, from mini-games on WeChat to MMOs at internet cafés. At Chongqing Energy College, people can even take a course in one of China’s most popular online multiplayers – Defence of the Ancients.



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