League of Legends Got Banned in A University in China
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As one of the most popular MOBAs nowadays, League of Legends has attracted over 32.5 million players all over the world. According to the game developer Riot Games, 60 percent of the players are currently enrolled in college or have completed "some" college. However, playing LoL is forbidden in a university in China.
Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC), one of the largest universities in China, is the place of training professional civil aviation pilots. Recently, the eighth squad of the university announced in the official blog that its students are not allowed to play League of Legends in the university and if anyone is found out to install the game, his computer will be withheld for at least 2 months (half a term). Due to this rule, 70 percent of sophomores have handed in their computers to the school authority.
It is worth mentioning that the leader of the squad posted a significant slogan: “You are a student, not a hero, so join League of CAFUC, instead of League of Legends.”