South Korea won the StarCraft II esport competition at the 2018 Asian Games

Asian Games 2018 Starcraft II
South Korea advanced as countries with a mature esport industry is no longer in doubt. Athlete representatives proved able to bulldoze whole esport competitions opponents in 2018 Asian Games on game StarCraft II. Esport 2018 Asian Games competition for the game StarCraft implemented consists of eight participating countries: South Korea, Thailand, Iran, Indonesia, Taipei, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam, and Kazakhstan.

Athlete esport StarCraft II South Korea Cho Seongju (Maru) managed to dominate the game throughout the match, and won it without a reply, according to reports from GGWP.

In the first game against Thailand, South Korea won with a score of 3-0. In the semi-final against Iran, South Korea athletes return victorious with a score of the same without reply. South Korea's dominance continued in the final game when the meet Taipei that ended with a score of 4-0. Taipei should settle out as runners-up also nothing short of amazing because it managed to stifle Sri Lanka in late quarter-final score 3-0 and Viet Nam in the score 3-1.

Vietnam itself ended up as the third champion in the game StarCraft II 2018 Asian Games. While Indonesia looks less fortunate because the fall since the first game against Iran, though it already gives a fierce resistance. 2018 Asian Games still has two more competitions, namely the HearthStone that took place today and Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2018 which takes place tomorrow.


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