China’s eSports problem: What is it doing to young people?

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The eSports industry in China is booming, thanks to a government push which saw competitive gaming added to the curriculum.

The Chinese Communist Party saw it as an opportunity to dominate the gaming market – but it could have unintended consequences.

By 2020, half the population is expected to have myopia, or short-sightedness.

This equates to around 700 million people.

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