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E-sports can also play the U.S. Green Card?
Guide reading:Kim "Violet" Dong Wang, a professional star contestant from South Korea, received a P-1A work visa in December 2013. If E-sport is good enough, it can also give the whole family a green card. Huhi is a typical solo player in CLG.
On November 3, an ordinary Saturday, it became unusual because of the news that China's IG team beat the FNC team 3-0 to win the world championship of the hero League for the first time in the 2018 hero League global Finals held in Incheon, South Korea.
 
E-sports can also play the U.S. Green Card?
 
IG won the championship in 1981, the same as the Chinese men's volleyball team, in the World Cup Asian preliminary tournament with a 3-2 victory over the South Korean team scene, everyone rushed to tell each other, exciting shout! _______
 
In the past, E-sports players were often regarded as Internet addicts, and even attacked. Times are changing. Today's E-sport is not only recognized as a sport, but also an electrician can earn a lot of money through the competition, and even get a green card from the United States through the competition.
 
E-sports can also play the U.S. Green Card?
 
In Seattle, USA, the final of the 4th DOTA2 International Invitational Competition is in progress in 2014.
 
Five young people from China spent 20 minutes beating their rivals 3:1 and won a prize of RMB 31.2 million.
 
E-sports can also play the U.S. Green Card?
 
When the game becomes a competition, it can also make the electrician, the athlete in the arena, gain the brilliance of thousands of stars. And E-sports will probably become a global Carnival beyond the World Cup.
 
As early as 2003, the State General Administration of Sports listed E-sports as the ninety-ninth sports event. In this year's Asian Games, there are also electronic sports.
 
In 2013, the U.S. Immigration Service announced that LOL players were recognized as professional athletes. They could not only come to the United States to compete, but also obtain a U.S. work visa as professional athletes.
 
E-sports can also play the U.S. Green Card?
 
Kim "Violet" Dong Wang, a professional star contestant from South Korea, received a P-1A work visa in December 2013.
 
If E-sport is good enough, it can also give the whole family a green card. Huhi is a typical solo player in CLG.