IESF Grows to a Record-Breaking 72-nation count as Five New Countries Join as Members
IESF is pleased to announce further membership expansion within three continents as Peru joins from the Americas, Brunei from Asia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, neighboring Montenegro, as well as San Marino joins the IESF fold from Europe.
“The IESF family continues to grow globally, and I would like to congratulate our new members,” says Mr. Boban Totovski, IESF Board Member and Director of Memberships. “The criteria for IESF affiliation is strict, so we are thrilled that we were able to add these five new nations as members. With additional membership applications processing, we look forward to the continued growth and our work on building the foundations of this global esports ecosystem.”
The nations are represented through their respective national Esports associations:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: E-Sport Association Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Brunei: Esports Association Brunei
- Montenegro: Alliance of electronic sports of Montenegro
- Peru: Asosiación Deportiva Peruana de Deportes Electrónicos
- San Marino: San Marino e-Sports Association – SMeSPA
IESF was founded in 2008 by nine-member nations from Europe and Asia. Since then, it had worked with commercial and governmental partners toward steady growth and outreach. As the only democracy-based international federation for Esports, IESF continues it’s mission to create a thriving Esports ecosystem globally where growth can be enhanced for both large Esports economies and grassroot-level nations.