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International Esports Federation (IESF) is pleased to announce that International Esports Referee Academy is ready to become fully operational. The first session of the course is scheduled to begin Monday, February 24th, 2020. International Esports Referee Academy is one of the three pillars of the Global Esports R&D Center, located in Busan, South Korea. With...
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The International Esports Federation (IESF) had revealed that Sunday, March 1st is the official announcement date of the game titles to be played at the 12th Esports World Championship in Eilat, Israel. Aside from the game titles featured in the 12th Edition of the Esports World Championship, the announcement shall also include the dates of...
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Vlad Marinescu is IESF’s dynamic Vice-President Vlad Marinescu was co-opted onto IESF’s Board in early 2019 due to the sudden resignation of Silviu Stroie. Vlad made such a mark through his dynamic approach to problem-solving and pure dedication to the tasks at hand that IESF’s OGM overwhelmingly voted him onto the Board for a full...
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International Esports Federation (IESF) established its Players’ Commission in 2016. IESF, as the worlds’ oldest and largest non-profit organisation for esports, established such commission to represent the views of the esports athletes. Only by players representing themselves can IESF fully protect the player at every level. Thus IESF’s Players’ Commission has no role during the...
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International Esports Federation’s Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) held on 13 December 2019 saw IESF demonstrate its unity of purpose when the majority of members expressed their desire to see Colin Webster re-elected as president of such body. Established in 2008 as a non-profit organization with 56 national federations at the time of the OGM, IESF...
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International Esports Federation (IESF), the world’s esports governing body, has just elected its new Board on 13 December 2019 at its General Meeting for the period 2019 to 2022. Established in 2008 as a non-profit organization with over 56 national federations, IESF is already the largest representative esports organization in the world. The Board members...
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eFootball PES 2020 Final Results: Gold: Iran (Hassan Pajani)Silver: Japan (Ryo Hirai)Bronze: Macau, China (Ka Kin Leong) The Bronze Medal Match of the eFootball PES 2020 tournament pitted Macau, China versus Poland in the best of three format. The audience came alive with every goal as gamer “MacauKengaroo” from Macau took the closely contested first...
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Tekken 7 Medal Round Results Gold: Korea (Jaemin Bae)Silver: Japan (Takehiko Abe)Bronze: Philippines (Andreij hosea Albar) The Bronze Medal Match in the Tekken 7 tournament saw Finland’s “Jopelix” battle “Doujin” from the Philippines in the best of 9 format. The Philippine’s “Doujin” got off to a quick start, taking the first two games in convincing...
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DOTA 2 Final Results: Gold: Sweden (Rasmus Blomdin, Andreas Ragnemalm, Charlie Arat, Jerry Lundkvist, Gustav Magnusson)Silver: Thailand (Anurat Praianun, Peerapat Butta, Kittikorn Inngoen, Worawit Mekchai, Poomipat Trisiripanit)Bronze: Finland (Tomas Sainio, Samu Hautala, Joni Fält, Niklas Koskinen, Peetu-Elmeri Väätäinen) The first medal game of the11th Esports World Championship Seoul 2019 took place Friday, December 13th, when...
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Overall Championship: Japan DOTA 2: Gold(Sweden), Silver (Thailand), Bronze(Finland)eFootball PES 2020: Gold(Iran), Silver(Japan), Bronze(Macau, China)Tekken 7: Gold (Korea), Silver(Japan), Bronze(Philippines) Three days of intense international esports competition reached their apex at the 11th Esports World Championship Seoul 2019 as the medal rounds took place in the DOTA 2, Tekken 7, and eFootball PES 2020 tournaments...
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