Chinese President Tsai Ing-wen went to the EES Sports World Championship 2018, hosted by the CTESA and Thailand's E-Sports Alliance (TESL) Development.
The "2018 IESF World Championship E-Sports" of this year's IESF World Sport Championship (2018) has a total of 37 countries participating in the 48-nation online sports alliance and more than 700 players and foreign guests will compete for the "League of Legends" , "CS: GO" and "Tekken 7". Highest price of the three contests. President Tsai Ing-wen attended the game on the second day of the event with Kaohsiung Xu Liming City Mayor Xu Pei-jing, chairman of China's Electronic Sports Association, who defeated Georgia 1-0 to win the game first match of the tournament. The team shouted up.
Later, when the President gave a speech, on behalf of China, I would like to invite friends from all over the world. Aside from the game, I also have to see the beauty of Kaohsiung and the excitement of Taiwan. Tsai Ing-wen said Kaohsiung City supports the development of electronic sports besides TESL to build the world's first TESL Kaohsiung E-Sports Pavilion in South Taiwan at Kaohsiung Marine Culture and Pop Music Center. It also stands out from competition with other countries and cities. It is worthy of pride in Kaohsiung and to be proud of organizing the first event in Taiwan that interests the world.
The President stressed that e-sports have been included in sports programs and, in addition to full government support, he has participated in many e-sports activities and aims to inform society that children playing electric will not get worse. Today, I also saw many parents coming to the scene to join the game for their relatives, friends and their children to support the development of e-sport and the progress of Taiwan. The government will continue to work hard to "transfer" everyone, support e-sports, and support young people.