The Star Battle Net had cost an astronomical sum to be researched and developed, and without sufficient financial support, even the federation wouldn't be able to keep it running for long. Only with sufficient widespread attention would the federal parliament receive more financial support, and that was why this competition was held.
As things turned out, it had garnered even more attention than they'd expected!
Even though soul technology had already become a part of everyday life, the people of the Douluo Continent still revered individual heroic figures.
20,000 years ago, the founder of the Tang Sect, Tang San, had ascended to the Divine Realm. Prior to his ascension, he had defeated the ambitious Spirit Hall to grant freedom to all of the Soul Masters on the entire continent.
10,000 years ago, the founder of the Spirit Pagoda, Spirit Ice Douluo Huo Yuhao, was able to destroy the entire Holy Spirit Cult on his own and also defeated Beast God Di Tian. He had stopped the dominant Sun Moon Empire by himself, thereby giving the Star Luo Empire a chance to recuperate, and only then did it go on to become the current Star Luo Continent.
Now, there were more Limit Douluos than ever, but where did the peak of Soul Masters truly lie? In particular, what were the powerful beings of the younger generation capable of?
These were all things that were unknown to the general public, and it was undoubtedly the case that the Star Battle Net Inter-federation Competition had given them a lens through which they could peek into the world of Soul Masters. Furthermore, the event was going to be broadcasted for free all over the entire federation, making it possible for everyone to spectate the event even without having to set foot outside their doors; how could the competition not receive widespread attention?
Even the trauma caused by the destruction of Shrek City had been significantly dampened by this competition.
There were countless screens across the entire federation broadcasting the competition, and as this was the first round, there were as many as 128 matches taking place on the same day. Due to the fact that these were live broadcasts, the matches weren't all taking place at the same time. Instead, they were split up into 10 different time slots, and over 10 matches would be held per time slot. There were going to be professional commentators and workers interchanging between the live broadcasts to ensure that as much of the
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