Friday, 6 September 2019

IESF's Lastest Referee Workshop has just concluded.



Participants were (from left to right): Leopold Chung, Colin Webster, Markus Koskivirta, Sungwon Lee, Meysam Hosseini, Seonghee Sinnara Bae, Stanley Tjia, Imy Park
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.

The course too is part of IESF’s endeavours to regulate esports and to create an environment that will benefit all esports athletes.

However, it should be noted, that it is through the continued support from Busan Metropolitan City, and Busan IT Industry Promotion Agency (BIPA), the success of this worthwhile project. is ensured.

Through a formal accreditation process for referees, IESF’s referees’ course, and referees themselves shall set new standards and shall be in the forefront of raising esports to even greater heights.

IESF President, Colin Webster, stated, “In my opinion, referees are the front-line of all our member federations. As such, IESF is committed to capacitate such referees to the best of its ability so that such referees will help ensure the long-term growth and sustainability of esports.” It should be noted that Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has participated in this process from the very beginning, and as Amanda Kwaza (MSSA President) has stated, "MSSA hopes to see many South Africans benefit from the internationally structured referees' course".
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