|South Africa's Colin Webster (IESF President) presenting to ASSOCIATION OF SPORT PERFORMANCE CENTRES in Barcelona.|
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 national
federation has the opportunity to vote for the person who shall hold the position of president.
All those who have served as president are:
Mr. Sin Bae Kim (2008 - 2010)
Mr. Ki Haeng Cho (2010 – 2011)
Mr. Jun Ho Kim (2011-2012)
Mr. Hyung Hee Lee (2012 – 2013)
Mr. Byung Hun Jun (2014 - 2018)
Mr. Silviu Stroie (Acting President, 2018)
Mr. Colin Webster (2019)
It should be noted that the President’s term is a three year term. Thus the election held in
2018 was just for a one year period due to the untimely resignation of Mr. Byung Hun Jun in
Thus, December 2019 shall see the election of a new President for IESF, although only one
nomination was received. The incumbent president, Mr. Colin Webster, is unopposed having
received more recommendations from member national federations than any previous
Mr. Colin Webster has served on IESF’s Board since 2013 until 2018 as a Board Member,
and his continued presence on such Board will ensure a great deal of continuity in terms of
IESF pursuing its objectives in having esports welcomed into the sporting fraternity.
In South Africa, Colin Webster served as President of Mind Sports South Africa from 1985 to 2012. In 2012, Colin Webster was voted in as General Secretary, a position he still holds today. In all the years, Colin has been a loyal member of the Old Edwardian Mind Sports Club based at the Old Edwardian Society.
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- Busan Metropolitan Government to cooperate actively in developing esports.
- GEES 2019 to be held in Busan, Korea, 29 to 31 August 2019
- ANNUAL CONFERENCE TO CONNECT WITH ESPORTS
- IESF announces DOTA 2 as First Game Title for 11th Esports World Championship
- 2019 Esports World Championship: December 11 to 15, 2019
- PES 2020 selected as an Official Title For 11TH ESPORTS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
- MSSA names its DOTA 2 team for 11th Esports World Championships.