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A base under assault in Starcraft II

The most-watched sport in South Korea, as in much of the rest of the world, is football. The second most-watched sport in South Korea, followed by almost a third of the population, is video-gaming. And above all this means the 1998 game Starcraft, which today boasts two dedicated cable television channels, a professional league of 500-odd players earning six-figure sums, and live events that can see up to 120,000 fans packing out stadiums.

Even beyond…

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