The chess industry is undergoing a major shake-up, with many players shifting from China to the West.
The global chess championship will now take place in Europe from September 14-20.
And while some analysts have warned that this move will hurt the chess game’s global appeal, China is showing no signs of slowing down its push to dominate chess.
This is especially important for the chess industry in China.
It is not only a player in chess, but also an export-oriented business.
Chess is China’s second-largest industry, after rubber, and its market is estimated at US$2.5 billion.
Its economy is worth US$1.7 trillion.
China’s move to make its chess tournament an international event has been met with a lot of scepticism.
This has led to a lot more debate about what the new chess tournaments can and can’t do.
How can the tournament be made more competitive?
Will it attract bigger audiences?
What about the sponsors?
Will the tournament attract enough money to support the tournament?
What is the potential for chess to become a global sport?
And finally, what is the long-term impact of this shift on chess as a business?
Will this change the way chess is seen by the public?
The chess world is a huge, diverse and evolving one, and this is the first time that a major tournament has been held in China, as opposed to a major international tournament.
The game has grown up and evolved in the last few decades, and there is no doubt that it will continue to grow in China and across the world.
China has a history of creating events that are global in scope, but with a distinctly Chinese flavor.
It was also one of the first countries to embrace chess as an international sport, with a World Chess Championship in 1978.
The Chinese Chess Federation, the governing body of chess, has been pushing hard to make it a global event ever since.
The federation’s website now displays the date of the world chess championship, which was held in Beijing in September.
The logo on the top of the website reads, “We are one chess game, one world”.
It is one of many events that China is pushing for.
In 2013, the Chinese Chess Association (CCA) launched the World Chess Cup in 2020, which will be hosted in the United States, with the goal of bringing a new chess star into the international game.
There are currently plans for a chess tournament in 2018, and a 2018 International World Chess Champion.
And then there is the World Championship in 2019.
These are not just initiatives, but actually events.
But the chess world has been waiting for this for a long time.
And now it finally arrives.
Chess in China Chess in the chess scene is changing.
The chess market is global in scale, with over 20 million players worldwide.
This means that the chess players are very familiar with each other and have a lot in common.
Chess has a rich history in China with some of the most famous players, and the Chinese chess scene has developed in many different ways over the years.
Chess players are often part of large organisations.
There have been a number of events organised in China over the past few years, and they are mostly held in large cities such as Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou.
It would be difficult to compare this to the events in Europe.
However, it is important to note that chess is an international game, and is very popular in Europe and the Americas.
In the last decade, it has gained a global following.
This popularity has been fuelled by China’s rise to global prominence and the success of some of its chess teams in the World Championships.
There is no question that chess in China is growing.
It has seen an incredible growth in recent years, with players travelling to Europe and Asia, with more and more teams playing.
A recent survey by the Chess Federation of China (CFA) found that Chinese players are more than two times as likely as Europeans to be part of teams in Europe or Asia.
And the CFA said that Chinese Chess has seen a 30% increase in popularity over the last five years.
And this popularity is partly fuelled by the growing popularity of Chinese TV and online broadcasting.
Chess clubs are also becoming more popular.
They have now become as big as the top-tier professional chess clubs, and many of these clubs have more than 100 members.
The popularity of chess clubs in China has also seen a boom in online gaming, as players from around the world travel to the country for tournaments.
The CFA estimates that there are over 150,000 online tournaments in China alone.
Chess fans are also finding ways to play online.
For example, they can create their own tournaments.
One of the biggest online tournaments is the China Chess Online tournament, which attracts over 1.5 million players.
Other popular online tournaments are ChessLeague, Chess World and Chess Club.
There has also been a huge rise in