Blitzchung: No regrets for speaking up for Hong Kong despite Hearthstone suspension

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Chung Ng Wai, better known as Blitzchung, took a big risk when he spoke out in support of Hong Kong on an official¬†Hearthstone stream. He wound up with a lengthy suspension that was later shortened, and… well, there was a whole¬†thing about it. You remember.

But a few months past those events, Blitzhung has made it clear that he doesn’t regret what he did and would do the same thing again in an interview on People Make Games.

If I had a chance to go back, I would still do it. Because it’s a must-do thing. I have to do it.

On the subject of Blizzard, Blitzchung doesn’t feel much ill will toward Blizzard, seeing it as somewhat analogous to Hong Kong itself: disappointing, perhaps, but not hate-worthy. He’s more upset about the penalty assessed to the streamers hosting the event than about himself, although having taken the time to visit them both he was surprised to find that one of them was more worried about Blitzchung’s fate. You can check out the whole interview just below.

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