Health-Focused Esports Conference in December

Health-Focused Esports Conference in December

The I3SP laboratory of the University of Paris has teamed up with the Esports Research Network to launch a conference dedicated to health in esports. The online conference will take place between the 9th and the 10th of December and will be live-streamed on Twitch.

The goal of the Esports Research Network Conference is to offer a platform for discussion, with a particular emphasis being on esports health.

More than 70 speakers from all over the world will participate during these two days, along with many professionals from the sector (high-level players, physical and mental trainers or performance managers), on topics as varied as physical injuries, nutrition, parental environment or mental fatigue of players.

Some of the noted names scheduled to appear at the conference include Jake Lyon, Coach for the Houston Outlaws, Martina Čubrić, Sports Psychologist at MAD Lions, and Joanne Donoghue, Director of Clinical Research at the New York Institute of Technology. Moreover, two-time The International Winner Sébastien ‘Ceb’ Debs and Michael Winther, the father of G2 player Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther, have also been announced for the event. 

The whole conference is accessible to the public for free, but registrations are mandatory via its official application website. 

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