IESF announces strategic partnership with Qingdao City

The International Esports Federation has signed a significant Memorandum of understanding with Qingdao City, marking the start of a promising partnership aimed at fostering the growth, development, and promotion of esports within the Asian region.

IESF and Qingdao City have agreed to set up the Asia-Pacific office and bring more international events to Asia.

Key Objectives of the partnership are enhancing regional presence and coordination of the esports activities and hosting major IESF events and summits, enabling Qingdao to serve as a location for premier esports events, and fostering dialogue and cooperation among industry stakeholders.

This partnership will attract Esports enterprises and research institutions to Qingdao and help in the creation of a high-performance training center for optimal athlete training and development. 

Both parties will promote IESF’s mission in Esports, which is unity, diversity, and peace. 

This collaboration between IESF and Qingdao City will be a catalyst for innovation, learning, and excellence in the esports ecosystem, promising substantial advancements and breakthroughs.

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