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In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment.

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  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment.
  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment.
  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment, but not to eliminate it.
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  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment.
  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment.
  • In October 2019, Blizzard Entertainment punished Ng Wai Chung (known as Blitzchung), a Hong Kongese esports player of the online video game Hearthstone, for voicing his support of the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests during an official streaming event. The public's response, which included a boycott and a letter from United States Congress representatives, prompted Blizzard to reduce the punishment, but not to eliminate it.
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