Lee Seung Hyun, a previous starcraft ii world champion, who was arrested for match-fixing earlier this 12 months.
The E-sports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) launched in the UK this week, an industry that is non-profit with one dedicated mission: keeping E-sports clean.
ESIC said it aims to become recognized ‘the guardian of the integrity of E-Sports,’ with a particular focus on cheating, match-fixing and grey market gambling in competitive gambling.
‘The Coalition will need duty for many forms of the process, including drawing up rules, investigating breaches and then prosecuting those who flout them, while also trying to prevent such instances arising within the beginning,’ explained ESIC in a news release.
‘To this end, ESIC is working with key stakeholders within the E-Sports community, from developers, publishers and players to broadcasters, betting associations and league owners, to create an unified eyesight for what the rules should be, and exactly how they must certanly be implemented.’
The development associated with group is prompt. In the midst of another scandal, as two prominent YouTubers are accused of failing to disclose the ownership of a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive skins gambling site that they regularly promoted to their millions of viewers as we reported yesterday, E-Sports finds itself.
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