12 стран готовятся к созданию Европейской федерации киберспорта
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A total of twelve national esports federations from the European countries have gathered together and decided to organize a European Esports Federation in an effort to give the regional esports scene a collective representative agency. Still, the organization is seen as a partner rather than a regulator to the existing structures.
The current members of the Federation are the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Sweden, Hungary, Slovenia, Serbia, Turkey, Russia, and Ukraine. The representatives of the national federations have already held a few meetings in Lausanne, Paris, and Berlin. In the latter city, a document called “The Berlin Declaration” has been introduced. The main idea expressed in the declaration is that the European Esports Federation is going to be a non-profit organization, which won’t be associated with any third parties or private investors. The Berlin meeting was attended by a number of individuals belonging to various esports organizations, such as SESF (the Swiss Esports Federation), ESL, StarLadder, and Freaks 4U Gaming. The observers note that the declaration hasn’t been signed yet because some members of the Federation still need to discuss the document.
Once again, “The Berlin Declaration” underlines the idea that the European Esports Federation is going to be a partnering organization with its own tournaments and events. Hans Jagnow, the president of the German Esports Federation, believes that the initiative has potential.