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Jason Batzofin (of MSSA) is IESF’s retiring Players’ Commission Chairman It is IESF’s duty to protect all players who participate in IESF events. The IESF Player’s Commission was created in 2016 for this very purpose. Each member on the Player’s Commission serves a 3 year term. It is now coming up to the end of...
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The world’s fastest-growing sports sector, Esports, has expanded its global footprint with the announcement of a strategic partnership that will see its operations make significant headway in the Middle East. The new agreement – a joint venture between the International Esports Federation (IESF) and one of the region’s most established media companies, Motivate Media Group...
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As 2019 draws to a close, gamers eagerly await Namibia’s biggest annual gaming event. NamLAN – LAN of the Brave will be making its 12th appearance from 6 to 8 December 2019 at the Windhoek Show Grounds, Wag ‘n Bietjie hall. This year’s competition is sponsored by Logitech, the Windhoek Show Society, Energy 100FM and...
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Colin Webster (IESF President) presenting to ASSOCIATION OF SPORT PERFORMANCE CENTRES in Barcelona International Esports Federation (IESF) was formed in 2008, and in terms of its own Statutes has never faltered in holding its Ordinary General Meetings on an annual basis. IESF has always fully subscribed to good governance on every level, and every member...
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International Esports Federation (IESF) has made the call for nominations, and the membership have responded with stellar nominations. IESF’s Board consists of one President, one Vice President, four Board Members and the Secretary General. The Chairperson of the Players’ Commission also sits on the Board in order to represent the rights and concerns of the...
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To ensure sustainable development in esports, International Esports Federation (IESF) together with the Korean Government (Ministry of Sports Culture and Tourism, MCST) consistently invests funds for the activation of the Esports World Championship. For the upcoming 11th Esports World Championships to be held in Seoul – 2019, IESF and MCST have invested USD 250,000.00 into...
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International Esports Federation (IESF) has just concluded yet another workshop held by its Referee Commission. Such workshop is part of the process of developing a comprehensive referee course designed for training referees for use at both national and international levels to regulate esports and to create an environment that will benefit all esports athletes. The...
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The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) conducted a spectacular event on 31 August 2019 at the Thule Hotel in Windhoek. Event organisers and athletes gathered to proudly present the 2019 National Team Finals for the game titles Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and Defence of the Ancients 2 (DotA2). The selected National teams will have to...
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IESF is excited to announce its speakers for the 4th Global Esports Executive Summit (GEES). GEES this year, hosted by Busan Metropolitan City, will be held under the theme “Esports Sustainability and Governance.” Esports Sustainability is divided into two sub sectors, Health and Sustainability. Speakers for the respective sectors are as follows: [HEALTH] ■ Presentation...
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International Esports Federation (IESF) hereby announces eFootball PES 2020 as an official game title to be featured at the 11th Esports World Championship. For the first time in Esports World Championship history, eFootball PES 2020 (developed and published by Konami Digital Entertainment) has been included as a sports genre with the new version being officially...
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