Want to learn more about the ins and outs of esports? The upcoming Esports Integrated Conference (EIC) will answer all your musings about the industry.
The Esports Integrated Conference is a virtual interactive conference that unites industry experts around the Southeast Asia region to develop and educate the local esports community.
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Esports Integrated (ESI) launches the Esports Integrated Conference (EIC) 2021
It is a jam-packed four-day conference, happening from May 24 to 27 featuring notable speakers, including ONE Esports’ very own, CEO Carlos Alimurung.
Here are the other partners and personalities who will be present during the event:
- Ahmed Faris Amir, CEO of ESI
- Adrian Gaffor, Co-Founder of Esports Business Network
- Izza Izelan, Executive Director of WOMEN:girls
- Eric Khor, Team Director of Fnatic
- Bruno Pequeno, Game Publisher Manager of Xcloudgame
- Allan Phang, Regional Head of Marketing and PR of EVOS Esports
- Christopher Tock, CEO of Digitally.Asia Group
- Sheng Wong, Geek Fam
- Ai Gaming
“Providing access to information and insights from various industry experts have always been a key focus of ESI and the Ministry of Youth and Sports,” said CEO of Impact Integrated and ESI, Ahmed Faris Amir.
“This engagement platform is aimed to bridge the gap, foster more understanding, and educate all stakeholders, with a goal of establishing Malaysia as one of the premiere hubs for industry discourse within the region.”
Additionally, Garena’s Free Fire tournament “EIC Play” will be open to all participants.
The best part? The Esports Integrated Conference is free for all! Just be sure to register here to access the conference when it goes live on Monday, May 24.
The Esports Integrated aims to create a vibrant esports ecosystem
The Esports Integrated Conference is organized by Esports Integrated (ESI), an agency powered by the Malaysian Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS).
They aspire to create a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive esports ecosystem and eventually establish Malaysia as one of the centers for the esports industry.