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Everyday E-sports raises RMB 90m

By Meng Shuai 24 Aug 2016

Recently, Everyday E-sports, an incubation firm owned by Datang Network, announced it has gained 90 million RMB A round financing.

As the operator of the China Mobile E-Sports Games(CMEG), Everyday E-sports will help the General Administration of Sports of China to hold E-Sports games in China. Besides, it will assist the administration to build a new international E-Sports Games, aiming to provide a larger platform for Chinese players to compete with foreign players.

Famous actresss Bai Baihe and the Beijing Guoan FC captain Xu Yunlun invested in Everyday E-sports as individual investors. The CSM Group and China Investment Securities are also shareholders. At present, E-sports is growing rapidly and promising that the industry will make a profit in the short term. Now Everyday E-sports is valued highly by investors. All the investors are confident that E-Sports games will have a bright future.

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