An almost 5.4-million-square-foot e-sports complex will be integrated in Shanghai, implied to strengthen the city as the center of the competitive gaming industry.

Work has begun on the Shanghai International New Cultural and Creative E-Sports Center, anticipated to cost almost $900 million, according to CNBC.

“E-sports” refers to both competitive computer game and the larger market that’s emerged around them. That industry produced about $1.1 billion last year, according to video games marketing research firm Newzoo, and is drawing in huge financial investments worldwide. In New York City City, Dynamic Star is planning an e-sports arena for its Fordham Landing task in the Bronx.

Epic Games, the business behind the hit video game, “Fortnite,” just recently purchased an almost 1 million-square-foot shopping center in North Carolina it will convert into its head office.

China-based business SuperGen, which owns the e-sports team Edward Video gaming, is the primary backer of the task in Shanghai. The complex is created as a location where e-sports groups and companies can be based. It’s anchored by a 6,000-seat arena and a hotel, according to sports place news outlet Coliseum.

The complex can host around 10,000 individuals daily and SuperGen plans to host around 300 competitors each year. The complex is being established in phases and is anticipated to open in 2024.

China is the largest e-sports market on the planet. About 70 percent of the 720 million players in the country play e-sports, CNBC reported. Shanghai hosted the 2020 World Championship of “League of Legends,” one of the biggest e-sports occasions worldwide. The occasion was watched by 3.8 million individuals.