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Taiwanese teen dies from two days of playing a Blizzard game

Activision Blizzard has another death attached to its brand.  According to The Australian, an 18-year old, surname ‘Chuang’, died from playing nearly two days of an unidentified Activision Blizzard game.

Activision Blizzard has another death attached to its brand.  According to The Australian, an 18-year old, surname ‘Chuang’, died from playing nearly two days of an unidentified Activision Blizzard game. 

Chuang booked a private room in a café in Tainan, Taiwan around noon on July 13, and two days later on the morning of July 15, an attendant found Chuang resting on a table in the room.  The attendant woke him up, Chuang got up, but only took a few steps before collapsing.

He was rushed to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead due to cardiovascular problems during long hours of being sedentary. 

Chuang’s death due to long hours of gaming marks the second time in Taiwan that a person has died from extended gameplay.

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