NetEase Plans to Build an Esports Stadium Worth IDR 10 Trillion!

Chinese game company NetEase announces that it will build a stadium worth Rp 10 trillion 10

Chinese game company NetEase announces that it will build a stadium worth Rp 10 trillion 10

GridGames.id – Chinese game developer NetEase announces ambitious project!

NetEase announced that it would disburse $710 million or around IDR 10 trillion to build an e-sports stadium.

Under the name NetEase Esports Park, this stadium will be built in Qingpu district, Shanghai.

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The plan, this stadium will be the first class A stadium in China with an area of ​​more than 50 thousand square meters and 5 thousand seats.

This stadium can also hold various events such as e-sports team development, fan activities, to product design or sales of e-sports team merchandise.

NetEase is a developer and distributor of Blizzard Entertainment games such as Minecraft and Rules of Survival.

This ambitious plan was announced by NetEase at the 2022 Global Esports Conference in Shanghai which was held by the Shanghai government.

This development is certainly in line with the vision of the Shanghai government which wants to make Shanghai the world’s e-sports center city.

Based on government regulations, NetEase will build a class A stadium that will be the home of the Shanghai Dragons.

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If according to plan, the construction of the stadium will be completed and can be used in 2022.

For information, Shanghai Dragons is a team owned by NetEase that competes in the Overwatch League tournament.

Following this plan, Activision Blizzard announced that every team competing in the Overwatch League must hold at least two events next year.

With the presence of this stadium, it seems that the Shanghai Dragons don’t have to worry about the new rules.

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