West Japan's Largest "esports" Open No audience to prevent spread of infection 18:46 on February 24
The largest facility in western Japan, "eSports", a competition game that was played as a competition, was opened in Kobe City on the 24th, but the planned commemorative event was held to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. Made without
The “esports arena Sannomiya” was built in a consumer electronics store in Chuo-ku, Kobe, and an event for game professionals to compete on the 24th to commemorate the opening of the largest facility in western Japan. I was dropped.
The facility was also equipped with spectator seats, and the event was expected to invite 170 people, but the event was held without any spectators to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Participants therefore competed in arms without cheering in front of empty seats and competed for their arms.
Ryuhei Kanaya, president of Joshin Denki, which operates the facility, said, "I'm sorry to hold the event with no spectators, but we put the customer's safety first. If the new coronavirus epidemic subsides, we will provide the customer with a game. I want you to have fun with it. "