This is why the determination and expectations

In the preview content of the Hangzhou Asian Games, China’s “Shin Jin-seo (23) ▲ Park Jung-hwan (30, men’s go), ▲ Choi Jung (27, women’s go), ▲ Faker (real name Lee Sang-hyuk, 27, e-sports) was selected as “a Korean star aiming for a gold medal.”

Xinhua News Agency is a news agency of the State Council of China. Shin Jin-seo is No. 1 in the Go World Rankings, while Park Jung-hwan is No. 2. Choi Jeong is the world’s No. 1 player in women’s go. Faker is famous for League of Legends (LoL) e-sports Greatest Of All Time.

The 16th Guangzhou Games in China was the first time that Go was adopted as an official event at the Asian Games in 2010. At that time, it was held in three categories: ▲ men’s team event ▲ women’s team event ▲ mixed doubles.

South Korea won gold and bronze 3 and 1 in the Go at the Guangzhou Asian Games, shining with winning all events and winning four prizes. This is why the determination and expectations for the Hangzhou Games, which have been revived as an official event for the first time in 13 years, are extraordinary.

The Go match at the Hangzhou Asian Games will be divided into ▲ men’s team event ▲ women’s team event ▲ men’s individual event and will be held at the Hangzhou Branch International Exchange Center in Kiwon, China, from September 24 to October 3.

Park Jung-hwan is a two-time winner of the men’s team event and mixed doubles at the Guangzhou Asian Games. He will try to win two consecutive gold medals in Hangzhou.

E-sports will debut as an official Asian Games event from September 10th to 25th at the 4,087-seat Hangzhou Stadium in China, divided into ▲ Battleground Mobile ▲ Dota 2 ▲ LoL ▲ FIFA Online 4 ▲ Street Fighter 5 ▲ Penta Storm ▲ Meng Ssangguo 2.

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) responded positively to the official adoption of e-sports after seeing the success of the League of Legends at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta-Palembang, Indonesia. At that time, the LoL final was selected as the MVP of the first, third, and fourth sets by the winner Wuji (Jian Zhihao, 26) of China, and the runner-up Faker of South Korea was selected as the MVP of the second set.


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