Chinese video site Bilibili said on Friday it had agreed to a three-year contract to domestically broadcast events linked to the world"s most popular desktop game League of Legends, as the esports market in China heats up. The three-year deal, which would grant Bilibili exclusive domestic broadcasting rights in China for the next three League of Legends World Championship events between 2020 and 2022, is worth 800 million yuan ($113.7 million), a company source told Reuters. Bilibili declined to comment on the price.





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