Trainers are eager to share their optimism for the future of Esports

International Esports Federation (IESF) is pleased to introduce the trainers for the debut session of the International Esports Referee Academy. Combined, the three instructors have accounted for over 20 years of national and international Esports refereeing experience and over 50 years of global Esports insight. They look to pass that knowledge on to the next generation of Esports leaders at IESF International Esports Referee Academy, which is set to kick-off its first session later this month.

■ Excitement as the first batch of IESF International Referee Academy trainees arrive in Busan

International Esports Federation (IESF) has selected 10 candidates to participate in the first session of training at the International Esports Referee Academy in Busan, South Korea, set to begin on Monday, February 24th, 2020.

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.

Only by players representing themselves can IESF fully protect the player at every level.

Saturday, 21 December 2019

MARINESCU RE-ELECTED AS VICE-PRESIDENT

With an impressive pedigree in both sports, and esports administration, Vlad Marinescu brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the oldest and largest esports organization in the world.

Saturday, 21 December 2019

Webster returned as president of IESF

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.

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