Classroom Rockers – Inter college band competition – Registration open

Class Room Rockers Inter-College Band Competition
Class Room Rockers Inter-College Band Competition

Registration Forms
Please download the registration form here

How to Submit Forms
Send scanned copy of registration form by email to eventesportsnepal@gmail.com.

Conformation & Payment
Once you get the conformation email then you can process for payment thru esewa.com.np

Last Date of Form Submission : 27 September 2019 Friday by 5:00 PM

2nd Nepal Esports Championship and Expo 2019 has been rescheduled

Kathmandu, Nepal (August 24, 2019) – NESA has postponed its 2nd Nepal Esports Championship and Expo 2019, scheduled in September 6th and 7th (Bhadra 20 and 21, 2076) to October 25 and 26 (Kartik 8 and 9, 2076) due to unavoidable technical circumstances.

After hosting successful Nepal Esports Championship 2018, earlier on 3rd July, 2019 NESA announced its second episode of the event with much more exciting games and activities which includes Dota 2, CSGO, FIFA 19, Cosplay and Class room Rocker (Inter College/ School Musical Band Competition) with total prize pool of NPR 900,000 in cash and in kind.

Evenafter postponement, same games will Dota 2 (World cup qualifying event), CSGO (National Championship) and FIFA 19 (Inter College Championship) will happen.

Also with the same press release NESA announces its registration deadline for above stated events to be extended till 10th September 2019.

Finally, NESA wants to make a humble request to all their stakeholders to cooperate with them and made apologies for inconvenience occurred.

Nepal eSports Association (NESA)

eFootball PES 2020, Official Title For 11TH ESPORTS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

International Esports Federation (IESF) hereby announces eFootball PES 2020 as an official game title to be featured at the 11th Esports World Championship.

For the first time in Esports World Championship history, eFootball PES 2020 (developed and published by Konami Digital Entertainment) has been included as a sports genre with the new version being officially announced worldwide on September 10th.  IESF looks forward and is excited to engage with the PES community and inviting national athletes to the World Championships in Seoul. All athletes who shall participate in the tournament are selected through national qualifiers of Esports National Federations that are affiliated to IESF.

For more information on World Championships game titles, please visit: https://www.ie-sf.org/iesf-news/#news-list

IESF RELEASES AGENDA FOR GEES 2019

International Esports Federation (IESF) is pleased to announce the full agenda of the 4th GEES (Global Esports Executive Summit) 2019. GEES 2019 will take place in Busan during August 29th -31st, featuring renowned keynote speakers, educational programs, panel discussions,
post-conference workshop, and more.

GEES this year will be held under the theme of “Esports
Sustainability and Governance’, continuing to enhance dialogue between esports
and sports stakeholder. Sub themes are divided into four sectors which are
Health, Sustainability, Governance and Future Direction.

GEES 2019 continues to aim to be the platform to share ideas, create synergies,
and most of all, to reach a mutual consensus for esports development.

For
registration and further information on GEES 2019,
please visit: https://gees.rsportz.com/

IESF CO-OPTS A NEW VICE PRESIDENT

IESF is delighted to announce that Vlad Marinescu, current Board member of IESF and President of United States eSports Federation, has been unanimously appointed as the Vice President.

Vlad Marinescu said “I am honored to be entrusted by the IESF board with the appointment to the Vice President position. I wholeheartedly believe that a strong collaboration and exchange needs to exist between traditional sport and Esports to ensure sharing of values, practices and experience with the scope of educating the youth for a better tomorrow.”

IESF, thus thanks Magnus Jonsson for the expert manner in which he acted as caretaker of this important position. Please see https://www.ie-sf.org/news/the-way-forward-the-acting-vice-president./

As Vice-President, Vlad Marinescu has the following portfolios

  • World Championships,
  • Ex-officio on LOC’s for IESF events, and
  • To act in the President’s stead should the President be absent.

With Vlad Marinescu having served as a previous Director General of GAISF (Global Association of International Sports Federation), IESF President, Colin Webster is confident that Vlad has the necessary experience and competencies for IESF to reach its ambitions.

2nd Nepal Esports Championship and Expo 2019

After hosting successful Nepal Esports Championship 2018, NESA is organizing 2nd Nepal Esports Championship and Expo 2019 on September 6th and 7th ( Bhadra 20 and 21 2076) at Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu, Nepal. MICE Intl service Pvt. Ltd. will manage this event.

2nd Nepal Esports Championship and Expo intend to bring gamers from all around Nepal in a single platform. The main vision of this event is to provide an international platform to gamers so that they can represent Nepal for various tournaments held worldwide.  Dota 2 has been announced as main title game for the event, the winner of the championship will get opportunity to participate in 11th World Championship to be held in Seoul, South Korea hosted by International Esports Federation (IESF).  The second title will be FIFA College Championship open for all colleges.  

Also with the addition of Expo, our goal is to tell about and help to sort out e-Sports business opportunities with genuine interest. We want to give a new prospect and business view on how to make money out of this industry along with a perfect chance for new market participants to announce themselves and provide unique platform for search of new partners and investment attraction. We plan to involve financial institutions, educational institutions, manufacturer of electronic and appliances, gadgets and accessories, software and game developers, hobbyist, collectibles, figurines re-sellers and traders of e-sports lifestyle items as our possible exhibitors.

Beside the Championship we will be conducting various other side events like Cosplays and Musical Concert to celebrate Esports Championship as a youth Festival.

Registration for Global Esports Executive Summit 2019 is now open

International Esports Federation (IESF) is delighted to announce that registration for the Global Esports Executive Summit (GEES) 2019 is now open.

GEES 2019 will be held in Busan for the third consecutive years on Aug 29th – September 1st at the Paradise Hotel. The main conference for sharing ideas, creating synergies, and most of all, to reach a mutual consensus for holistic esports development will be on August 30th, 2019.

GEES this year will be focusing on enhancing dialogues between esports and sports stakeholders, and to openly discuss relevant issues. IESF confirmed the six themes to be discussed at the GEES 2019. The themes of this year are as follows:

  • Future Direction of Esports
  • Esports and Sports
  • Sustainability of Esports
  • Esports and Match Fixing
  • Esports Policy
  • Esports and Medical Issues

Registration for GEES 2019 will be conducted via the official. (Reference: http:// gees.rsportz.com) Early bird promotion for accreditation is available until 31 July 2019. IESF looks forward to welcoming the esports and sports community to Busan.

GEES 2019 to be held in Busan, Korea, 29 to 31 August 2019

International Esports Federation (IESF) is delighted to announce the Global Esports Executive Summit (GEES) 2019 is taking place on 29 and 31 August 2019. The fourth edition of IESF’s GEES 2019 will take place in the dynamic city of Busan, Korea for the third consecutive year and bring the combined knowledge, experiences and ideas from all key esports stakeholders to the fore. GEES 2019 is being financially supported by the Busan Metropolitan City and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.


Since 2016, GEES has been the platform to share ideas, create synergies, and most of all, to reach a mutual consensus for esports development. 2018 saw 181 key decision makers from National Esports Federations, Publishers, Esports Media and others take part in GEES 2018 from 57 nations to openly discuss on how esports can generate synergies with traditional sports.

According to Colin Webster, IESF President, “GEES represents the spirit of openness, transparency, and willingness that is IESF’s culture to work with all role-players who are already immersed in the world of esports, as well as those who wish to become role-players in this fast growing and fascinating sport”.

GEES2019 will thus continue to enhance dialogue between esports stakeholders, and to openly discuss various issues in esports. GEES 2019 will also continue the integration with Esports Academic Seminar as a parallel program, sharing the latest academic research in the esports industry.  It was in 2018 that IESF announced its vision of the Global Esports R&D Center to support Esports researches through the Academic Research Center which IESF continues to promote. (Reference: https://www.ie-sf.org/news/iesf-launches-global-esports-rdcentre-for-further-esports-development/).

Further detailed information for GEES 2019 and Academic Seminar will be announced with the opening of the registration website in the following days.

IESF announces DOTA 2 as First Game Title for 11 th Esports World Championship

International Esports Federation (IESF) hereby announces DOTA 2 as the first official game title to be included in the 11th Esports World Championship in Seoul, Korea. Considered to have universal appeal, DOTA 2 has been selected by IESF. According to Global Esports Market Report 2019 sourced from “Newzoo”, DOTA 2 has ranked in the top 3 as the most watched game title on Twitch and YouTube Gaming with 250.4 million hours.


IESF’s Esports World Championship is the only annual International Esports competition based on nationality. IESF’s Esports World Championship has been held every year since 2009, and is supported by all its 54 National Member Federations which hold national qualifiers in order to select representative teams.

IESF is currently in the process of selecting additional game titles and shall make the final announcement for all official and demonstration game titles after completing all negotiations with the Game Developers.

For more information regarding the 11th Esports World Championship please see IESF’s website: https://www.ie-sf.org/

11th Esports World Championship: December 11 to 15, 2019

International Esports Federation (IESF) hereby announces the dates for its upcoming 11 th Esports World Championship to be held in Seoul.
Following the very successful World Championships in Kaohsiung, IESF’s 11 th Esports World Championship shall be held in Seoul, South Korea, from 11 th to 15 th December, 2019.
For over 10 years, Esports World Championship has established its status as the only International Esports World Championship based on participation from Member National Federations.
With the ever increasing number of IESF Member National Federations continually growing, such membership has now increased to 54 nations, and, as a result of such growth, IESF’s 11 th Esports World Championship is a dynamic Esports World Championship reflecting the diversity and representation of its member federations. For more information about IESF’s previous Championship history, such can be found on the following link: https://www.ie-sf.org/our-tournaments/