The International Esports Federation (IESF) has announced that seven more member nations have joined its ranks, taking the grand total to 100 participants.
IESF was founded in 2008 by nine-member nations from Europe and Asia. The federation’s continued growth is accredited to the organisation’s ability to deliver benefits to its members, provide continuous and sustainable World Championships events, and host its Global Esports Executive Summit.
IESF’s new members are Venezuela from America, Bahrain, Cambodia and Laos from Asia, as well as Estonia, Hungary and Wales from Europe.
The nations are represented through their respective national Esports Associations:
- Bahrain: Bahrain mind and esports Federation
- Cambodia: Esports Federation Cambodia
- Estonia: Estonian Esports Federation
- Hungary: Hungarian Esports Federation
- Laos: Laos e-Sports federation
- Venezuela: Esports Federation Venezuela
- Wales: Esports Wales
IESF will continue its mission to create a thriving esports ecosystem globally where growth can be enhanced for both large esports economies and grassroots-level nations.