Korea E-Sports, Hold National Club Competition

Korea E-Sports Association to Hold National Club Competition

The Korea e-Sports Association announced on the 3rd that the ‘2024 e-Sports Club Competition’, which aims to revitalize lifestyle e-sports culture and grassroots e-sports based at e-sports facilities across the country, will begin with the opening of the first half of the season on the 4th (Sat).

Esports facilities are defined as lifestyle e-sports facilities by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea e-sports Association in accordance with the Act on the Promotion of e-sports (e-sports) based on the establishment of an e-sports environment among PC rooms nationwide and the performance of e-sports competitions. 온라인카지노사이트

This refers to a place that has been designated as suitable as a facility. On Monday, April 15, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism designated and announced a total of 42 e-sports facilities this year.

The e-sports hobbyist competition is an amateur competition held for hobbyists who have joined e-sports facilities.

By regularly participating in competitions, hobbyists gain opportunities for social interaction and awards through e-sports, and e-sports facilities are used as a base for revitalizing grassroots e-sports.

On the 24th of last month, the Korea e-Sports Association held a briefing session for facility owners both online and offline at the e-Sports Hall of Fame (Mapo-gu, Seoul).

At the briefing session, various support plans were introduced for facility owners, including the operation plan for the club competition scheduled for this year, expansion of referees for official competitions, expansion of promotional support such as provision of banners and photo zones, and a slight increase in prize money for seasonal competitions.

The ‘2024 e-Sports Club Competition’ will be held as an official event to determine the best club members in the country and a free event held voluntarily by business owners.

The official games for the first and second half seasons and playoffs were League of Legends, Eternal Return, and FC Online.

In addition, 6 free sports (PUBG: Battlegrounds, KartRider: Drift, Valorant, Sudden Attack, Hearthstone, StarCraft II) have been additionally selected, allowing the facility to host competitions in a wider variety of sports and encouraging greater participation by hobbyists.

It is expected.

As the start of the ‘2024 e-Sports Club Competition‘, the first half of the opening competition will be held at ‘Optimum Zone PC Cafe Seomyeon Branch’ (Busanjin-gu, Busan) on the 4th (Saturday).

At this opening competition, which will be held as an ‘Eternal Return’ event, various events will be prepared for participants and visitors.

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