Cyberport, the Hong Kong’s foremost digital entertainment and esports incubator, led a group of 20 promising local game start-ups to participate in this year’s Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong (ACGHK) in 23-26 July.

The four-day digital entertainment gala featured some of the hottest games developed by the Cyberport community members at Cyberport Pavilion, ranging from mobile games in various genres to exciting virtual reality (VR) games and a 5G-enabled eRacing game.

These hottest locally developed games have attracted thousands of game lovers to come and experience, including Paul Chan, the Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong SAR Government, where he tried the 5G eRacing game of Cyberport Incubatee Formula Square.

“As an attraction that draws many local gamers each year, ACGHK is the perfect platform for Cyberport to introduce the masterpieces created by Hong Kong digital entertainment and esports start-ups to the public in order to raise awareness and gain support,” said Eric Chan, Chief Public Mission Officer of Cyberport.

“Advancements in 5G, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies are widening the gaming industry’s horizons. Hong Kong game developers should seize the opportunity to use these cutting-edge technologies to deliver more exciting experiences for local and international players,”

Co-organised by Cyberport and Cyber Games Arena (CGA), the final matches of popular games like “PS4 FIFA 21 Hong Kong Championship” and “League of Legends: Wild Rift” tournament were featured on the ACGHK stage too.  Team “OOW” and “Shing” has won the championship at the tournament of League of Legends: Wild Rift and FIFA’s tournament, who bagged a prize of HK$10,000 and HK$5,000 respectively.

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