Russian match organiser U Can Firm (UCC) has introduced it has turn out to be the newest member of the Esports Integrity Fee (ESIC).
As a member of ESIC, UCC is now sure by the fee’s integrity program.
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The agency joins fellow match organisers BLAST Professional Collection and WePlay Esports in a bid to help within the prevention of match-fixing and corruption within the esports business.
Andrei Mikheev, Co-Founding father of UCC, spoke on becoming a member of the fee: “UCC is glad to have joined ESIC as a member and can proceed to host its esports tournaments based mostly on the ideas of honest sports activities competitors. UCC is dedicated to honouring ESIC’s Integrity Program and sanctions and can supply its assist to ESIC every time attainable.”
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The subject of integrity in esports has been a scorching subject over the previous few months. In September, ESIC launched an investigation right into a Counter Strike spectator bug which led to the bans and suspensions of 37 responsible events.
Commenting on UCC becoming a member of Ian Smith, ESIC Commissioner, acknowledged: “We’re blissful to see that UCC has formally turn out to be a member of ESIC. UCC’s membership represents its want to professionalise and be part of different members of the esports business in observing ESIC’s Integrity Program. In doing so, UCC joins the broader struggle in opposition to unhealthy actors posing threats to aggressive integrity within the business.”
Esports Insider says: With elevated consideration on the esports business as a result of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s good to see extra business members becoming a member of ESIC to proceed bettering integrity requirements of esports.
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