With the opening of the Hangzhou Asian Games just one week away, e-sports was found to be the sport with the most expensive tickets.
According to the Hangzhou Asian Games ticket sales site on the 16th, ticket prices for most sports start at 50 yuan (about 9,000 won) and 100 yuan, but only e-sports are priced at 400 yuan (about 73,000 won).
Excluding e-sports, golf is expensive at about 300 yuan and rhythmic gymnastics is about 200 yuan, and prices for all other sports start at less than 100 yuan.
Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post published an article titled ‘E-sports tickets are the most difficult to obtain and the most expensive’ the previous day, saying, “Among the events in the Hangzhou Asian Games, e-sports is the only sport for which tickets are sold through a lottery system.” He said.
Esports was adopted as an official sport for the first time at this year’s Asian Games. Games that are familiar to the general public, such as League of Legends, Battleground Mobile, FIFA Online 4, and Street Fighter V, will be played as official events in the Asian Games.소닉카지노
The outlines of star athletes participating in each event are also being revealed.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) website recently introduced the ‘world stars’ of this event through an article titled ‘Famous athletes appearing at the Hangzhou Asian Games.’
Three Korean athletes were also named here: swimming Hwang Sun-woo, track and field Woo Sang-hyuk, and badminton Ahn Se-young.
Mutaz Essa Barsim (Qatar), who will compete for the gold medal in the high jump with Sanghyuk Woo, and Neeraj Chopra (India), world championship men’s and women’s javelin throw gold medalist, and Haruka Kitaguchi (Japan) were also mentioned.
In addition, it is expected that swimmer Rikako Ikee (Japan), who overcame leukemia, and Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan), a 48-year-old veteran of women’s artistic gymnastics, will be at the center of attention.
The Hangzhou Asian Games will open on the 23rd and end on October 8. Due to the spread of COVID-19 in China, it will be held a year later than scheduled, and ‘2022’ will be added in front of the official name of the competition instead of ‘2023’.