As eSports gradually heats up outside of just South Korea, it is no surprise China and Japan are gearing up to the same level as well. In the land of the rising, a new eSports company, Japan Competitive Gaming, was revealed a few days back to capitalize on this growing industry.
Established by a PC hardware trading company, JCG is also backed by several prominent organizations, including Asus Japan. There are currently 3 games in the schedule now, including League of Legends, StarCraft II and Chaos Online.
More competitive games are currently being prepared to be added, including online shooters and fighting games.