The schedule for the esports demonstration event at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia has been released.
As reported by Ecns.cn, the official English-language website of China News Service, the first game to take centre stage is due to be Arena of Valor on August 26.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 will mark the conclusion of the event on September 1, according to Tencent Sports.
League of Legends will span the longest time as the tournament is due to last for three days from August 27 to 29, beginning with the group stage.
Qualified teams will progress to the knock-out stage for best of three in the semi-finals and best of five in the finals.
The nations competing in esports in Jakarta are China, Chinese Taipei, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Vietnam.
The other games on the programme are Clash Royale, StarCraft 2 and Hearthstone, and will be held on August 27, 30 and 31 respectively.
Last month, esports took another step on the path towards possible Olympic inclusion in the future after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) agreed to establish a liaison group.
The decision was taken following the esports forum jointly hosted by the IOC and GAISF in Lausanne.
The exact composition of the group, which will include IOC and International Federation representatives, has not been confirmed but they will be given the chance to present at the Olympism in Action Forum in Buenos Aires in Argentina on October 5 and 6.
Further discussions will then take place at the IF Forum in Lausanne in November, while IOC President Thomas Bach revealed the topic will also be on the agenda at December's Olympic Summit.
Bach admitted that gaming featuring at the Olympics was not likely during his time as IOC President, due to end in 2025, but claimed that the "first step of a long journey" had been taken towards esports becoming part of the Games.