Esports Integrity Commission adds Allied Esports as newest member

Esports Integrity Commission adds Allied Esports as newest member

Esports Integrity Commission adds Allied Esports as newest member

Allied Esports has announced that they will be joining the Esports Integrity Commission with a combined fight against corruption in eSports. Allied Esports will be abiding by all of Esports Integrity Commission’s code of ethics, anti-corruption code, player code of conduct and anti-doping code. They will be starting to abide by all of these guidelines in their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament.

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The Esports Integrity Commission was established back in 2015 to try and stop match manipulation and betting fraud. There are other brands that are part of the Esports Integrity Commission including DreamHack, BLAST and ESL.

CEO of Allied Esports, Jud Hannigan, also commented in a release: “We are very proud to join the exceptional esports organizations and tournament organizers who believe in the integral role that ESIC plays in the structure and regulation of our industry. From weekly community events to major international competitions, our players, sponsors and partners can be confident that we take fair play seriously and that we will continue to assist ESIC in the development and deployment of its best practices.”

Commissioner of the Esports Integrity Commission, Ian Smith, commented in a release: “We are so pleased to welcome Allied Esports into ESIC. We have worked with the Allied team for a number of years, including the use of the company’s impressive HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, and with the start of their Legend Series event and its wagering component, the timing of official membership was ideal. We look forward to ensuring that their tournament organization over the next two weeks and in the future is as safe and well-regulated as possible.”

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