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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...
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The International Esports Federation (IESF) announces plans to launch World Super League (WSL), which will be one of the big Esports tournaments alongside its annual Esports World Championship. IESF has entered into an MOU with Technoblood Inc. to host and operate WSL IESF has joined hands with Technoblood to ensure the success of WSL, signing a memorandum of understanding...
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Mens Sana Incorpore Sano! The Olympic games were a mere 700 years old when poet Juvenal scribed in latin what famously translates to  “A healthy mind in a healthy body”.  It is within the spirit of this philosophy that both International Esports Federation (IESF) and International School Sports Federation (ISF) embarked on a landmark agreement....
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The International Esports Federation (IESF) is excited to announce the Esports Education and Youth Leadership Commission is initiated.  The Esports Education and Youth Leadership Commission will consist of three committees with, Academics, Administrators and Students. The commission will focus on not only expanding the ecosystem of esports and strengthening esports in schools but also developing...
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The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) is geared for the 2020 National Tournament in Defense of the Ancients 2 (DotA2). Considering the current global pandemic of Covid-19, we invite players and teams to participate in this year’s tournament from the comfort of their own homes. We are grateful that Namibian esports is able to proceed...
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Clubs can register with NESA to be officially recognized as an esports club. All clubs are required to submit an application form and ensure that all its members are registered and paid NESA members. Registration fees are N$100 per club for the year as set out at the AGM held on 30 May 2020. Registrations...
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The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) held its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 30th May 2020 which was hosted online for the first time using Discord. The turnout from the community was satisfactory and higher than previous years which indicates that awareness of esports is spreading in Namibia. No changes were made to the Executive...
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The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) herewith announces that its 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be taking place on Saturday, 30 May 2020, on the NESA Public Discord server. It is in light of the current Covid-19 pandemic that NESA has decided to host its AGM online. All registered and paid members can join...
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International Esport Federation (IESF) President, Colin Webster, has decided to step down from his role as head of IESF.  Due to circumstances resulting directly from the COVID-19 crisis, and the ever increasing challenging situation in South Africa related to travel restrictions,  Colin has decided, for the continued growth and development of International Esport Federation, to...
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International Esports Federation (IESF) is pleased to announce three (3) new nations are joining the membership of IESF. The list of new members as follows: Bahamas via The Bahamas Esports Federation – BESF Kyrgyzstan via Public Association “E-sport Federation” Panama via Nextlvls Esports Federation – Nextlvls BESF, representing the Bahamas, stated: “We at The Bahamas Esports Federation is...
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