As reported on Tech in Asia, the singer, who confessed to being a fan of the game, has already renamed the team as J Gaming, and reportedly intends to be the captain of the team. This was in contrast to previous reports, which stated that Jay will only serve as the boss.
Jay Chou previously disclosed his intention to establish his own online game team, and true to his words, the multi-hyphenate did so recently by buying Taiwanese professional League of Legends gaming team, Taipei Assassins (TPA).
The decision did not bode well with some of the fans, it seems, as the Taipei Assassins name has been around for years.
GNN Gamer reported that the J Gaming will participate in more competition soon including in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The goal, according to the singer, is to win the Taiwanese nationals and eventually the “League of Legends” World Championship 2016, to be held in Los Angeles this October.
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