19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Esports Championship: Check out the schedule and titles for the Asian Games 2022 Esports Championship – The 19th Asian Games will kick off on Sept. 23 in Hangzhou, China. There will be 42 sports featured in the tournament, including esports which will have eight medal events and two demonstration events. Rumors regarding the esports schedule of the 19th Asian Games have been floating around lately. Let us take a look at it.
AESF Road To Asian Games Festival – Aichi Nagoya#RDAGFestival concludes with Esports Night 🎉🎮
It was awesome to see top Esports officials and industry experts come to share ideas and discuss the future of #Esports in Asia 🌟 pic.twitter.com/uCb9O0HC4S
— Asian Electronic Sports Federation (@AESF_Official) April 26, 2023
19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Esports Championship: Check out the schedule and titles for the Asian Games 2022 Esports Championship
At the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022, the e-sports program will include eight medal events and two demonstration events. The esports competitions will be held for Arena of Valor, Dota 2, Dream of the Three Kingdoms 2, FIFA, Hearthstone, League of Legends, PUBG Mobile, and Street Fighter V.
According to rumors, the esports events will begin on Sept. 24 and will continue until Oct. 1. Here is the alleged esports schedule for the 19th Asian Games.
- September 24
- 10 AM: Arena of Valor – Group Matches
- 2 PM: DOTA 2 – Group Matches
- 7 PM: League of Legends – Group Matches
- September 25
- 10 AM: PUBG Mobile – Group Matches
- 11.30 AM: DOTA 2 – Group Matches
- 1.30 PM: Arena of Valor – Finals; League of Legends – Group Matches
- 3.30 PM: Dream of the Three Kingdoms 2 – Group Matches
- September 26
- 10 AM: Dream of the Three Kingdoms 2 – Group Matches
- 1.30 PM: PUBG Mobile – Finals
- September 27
- 1.30 PM: DOTA 2 – Group Matches
- 6 PM: Dream of the Three Kingdoms 2 – Quarterfinals
- September 28
- 10 AM: DOTA 2 – Quarterfinals
- 1.30 PM: Dream of the Three Kingdoms 2 – Finals
- 7.30 PM: Street Fighter V – Group Stage
- September 29
- 10 AM: Street Fighter V – Finals; FIFA 23 – Group Stage; DOTA 2 – Semifinals; League of Legends – Semifinals
- September 30
- 10 AM: FIFA 23 – Finals; DOTA 2 – Bronze medal match; League of Legends – Bronze medal match
- October 1
- 10 AM: DOTA 2 – Finals
- 5 PM: League of Legends – Finals
2023 @19thAGofficial Asian Olympic Games Esports schedule according to EsportsFocus @lolesports will end last to close out Asian Games Esports
while @Honorofkings will be the first Gold Medal Openerhttps://t.co/WExP19cfvI pic.twitter.com/xFbr17ajaM
— hesketh2 (@subzidite2) April 30, 2023
In this schedule, Blizzard’s Hearthstone is missing as the game had been removed from Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games. This step was taken because Hearthstone’s servers are no longer online in China since Blizzard’s split with Chinese tech company NetEase.
Since this esports schedule is based on circulating rumors, people should take it with a grain of salt. We will provide everyone with the legitimate esports schedule for the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 as soon as the official bodies announce it.
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