Gamer Paid $15,000 to Play MMO on 7,500 Square Meter Screen

There's an overhead screen in Beijing that measures 250 meters long and 30 meters wide. On November 21st, one man rented it to play a massively multiplayer online game (MMO). He probably paid about $15,000 to do so:

It is Asia's largest and the world's second largest LED screen at present. According to understanding, as the guild leader of a famous online game, the mentioned man spent a large sum of money playing the game via this giant sky screen for the sake of distinguishing gaming experiences.

Video at the link.

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Ahhhhh that is so cool! 8O
I would love to play something scenic, like Morrowind on that screen!
It looks pretty awkward with all those people walking around though, I'd be embarrassed to play with everyone watching me like that. :S
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I once played my main "City of Heroes" character on a giant screen, in front of hundreds of people at ComicCon in San Diego.

Total coolness.
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