Esports Regulatory Congress is a 2-day event which aims to contribute into development of common standardized set of rules for Esports by providing a platform for dialogue and expertise sharing between top leaders and senior-level executives within the Esports industry.
Attracting more than 200 top notch professionals of the Esport world ERC will hold lectures, debates, Q&A sessions, keynote speeches, panels, breakout sessions, roundtable discussions as well as networking breaks, an exclusive party and cocktail reception that you will not want to miss!
Do not hesitate to become a part of the professional community developing and promoting Esports worldwide, sharing vision, cooperating and contributing to the mutual success.
ERC is a must-attend event for leaders of the Esports federations and associations, representatives of governing bodies and commissions; legal advisors; endemic and non-endemic Esports sponsors; top management of events and leagues organizers, publishers, and broadcasters; VC firms executives; professional Esports athletes / gamers; industry influencers and opinion leaders, and representatives of the leading Esports media.
She is set to implement the unique vision of Rogue’s ownership group to build a global brand connecting music icons, esports superstars and community outreach, offering one of the best environments to players for realizing their full potential, building sustainable careers and evolving their individual brands.
Besides offering fans a fresh take on esports entertainment, Anna is a member of the Disciplinary Panel of the Esports Integrity Coalition (“ESIC”) and focuses on integrity matters for the German Esports Association (“ESBD”).
Professor Miah’s research examines the intersections of art, ethics, technology and culture and he has published broadly on areas of emerging technologies, particularly related to digital and biotechnological transformations. He has published over 150 academic articles in refereed journals and books, along with writing for magazines and newspapers, such as the Washington Post and the Independent. He has also given over 300 major invited conference presentations over the last decade, at which he is often invited to speak about philosophical and ethical issues concerning technology in society.
Professor Miah regularly interviews for a range of major media companies and is author of 10 books with his most recent book ‘Sport 2.0’ (MIT Press) published also in Japanese, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. His next book will be published by Emerald and is titled ‘Drones: The Brilliant, the Bad, and the Beautiful’
The UK Government (The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP) gave authority for it to be established in January 2016. It is an independent, not-for-profit, organisation whose main aims are to help develop the UK’s grassroots esports scene and provide an infrastructure to nurture future British talent.
British Esports started the UK’s national schools esports championships in 2018 competing in: League of Legends, Overwatch and Rocket League. British Esports is supporting esports education in schools. www.britishesports.org
Chester spoke at the inaugural International Olympics Committee’s Esports Forum in Lausanne in July 2018. He was appointed a member of the IOC’s ‘Esports and Gaming Liaison Group’ in January 2019 (the only person from the UK).
Chester is the ‘Entrepreneur in Residence’ for Esports Global Fund (EGF). An EU located fund, registered with a financial services regulator and listed on the funds section of the Nasdaq First North Market. EGF invests in both stock exchange listed esports sector companies and early stage private high growth companies. www.esportsglobalfund.com
Leading now the Changing the People, Changing the World Esports Program and also Ambassadors fo Esports Program for WESCO.
He left Epsilon in 2017 to joined forces with a world renowned Football players agency willing to enter the field of Esports. He acts in the Agency "GLHF" as an Esports expert.
Beside that Samy is very involved in the institutional part of the future of Esports. Samy currently holds the position as vice president of the Belgian Esports Federation and lately joined the world renowned organisation: WESCO as the President of the European Advisory Board.
He has been connected to Gaming for more than 20 years, in different areas, having created his own Game Development studio in 2007. Pedro worked there as a Game Designer, and Game Producer in several Social Games published worldwide.
In 2014, Pedro began to work on what he believes to be the next evolutionary step of competitive Gaming, aka Esports – the entry of sports brands in that which is already one of the largest entertainment industries in the world. Since then he has helped some of the biggest European football clubs to implement their strategy of Esports, where he focuses on linking the sports brands and a whole new generation of fans, through different strategies of Fan Engagement, Creation of Digital content and Marketing activations for these sports brands and their partners.
In the last few years, he’s been creating and managing Esports events in different countries, always focusing on creating lifestyle experiences and improving the quality of live events production.
In 2015, he co-founded E-LVETS which stands amongst the biggest and most successful Swiss esports clubs. Shortly after he participated in the Swiss Esports Federation reorganization in 2016. He afterwards took the role of Treasurer 2016-2017 followed by Vice president 2017-2018 and President 2018-2019. During his mandate, he worked on many aspects of the Federation, including improving the tools, finding partners, and working on the international scene.
More recently he decided to refocus on the local scene and work mainly for E-LVETS. He is currently working towards esports acceptance by showing how esports can contribute to the community in terms of networking, hard and soft skills as well as all the sports aspects linked to the discipline.
On the side, he works as an independent esports consultant.
Wim currently serves as COO of the International eGames Committee & Board of Directors (an Olympics format and structure for esports), is an Advisor to the Special Olympics International, an Advisor to Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) and Ryerson University’s ‘Future of Sports Lab’, Advisor and part of the ownership group of the New York Excelsior (NYXL), professional NYC-based franchise in the Overwatch League, is a Board Member of National Public Radio’s ‘Marketplace’ programming, and is also a Trustee and on the Board of Directors of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Wim is also Chairman of the Board of HPPS Ltd (a restaurant and real-estate holding company based in Minneapolis), and has also served on the boards of Allina/Abbott Northwestern Hospital, the Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
He founded an innovative project in France focusing on improving sport & esport training methods for kids and establishing best practices with regards to player well being, talent development and coaches training. He implemented a unique vision around sport & esport development, working on neuro-cognitive development related to sport training, involving sport superstars in the daily life of the team in order for pro players and kids to have the best possible environment for their development. MCES is born 10 months ago and is already considered in France as one of the most structured pro teams in this country
As a student at the University of Salford Morgan joined their Esports Society. Working with colleagues the society grew from the brink of extinction to quadrupling its membership as well as becoming Partnered on Twitch, all in the first year on the committee. In the second year on committee membership doubled through; re-branding and hosting their own events such as the Manchester Invitational as well as multiple top 10 national finishes. The committee has ambitious plans for this academic year for which Morgan has been elected Chairman.
The experience at university has given Morgan the opportunity to professionally shout cast. Morgan began to cast at tournaments such as King of the North, Epic 24, NUEL CS:GO as well as the USL Finals, specialising in CS:GO, R6S and LoL Morgan was invited to participate in the Grosvenor Season 1 CS:GO tournament to which he was later selected to cast the final working alongside professional broadcaster James Banks. Having casted in Season 2, he will again be returning for Season 3 casting the Manchester Qualifier.
In 2016, he professionalized Team LDLC organization by creating and taking the lead of the company LDLC Event, which became one of the first esports organization approved by French Government. The same year, he participated to the foundation of FRANCE ESPORTS, and become its president in 2017.
He becomes the voice of the association and works on the stakes of French esports : (Public health, Society, Education, National and international structuration, ...).
In 2019, Team LDLC joined the LFL (League of Legends French professional league) and became the first French Champions. The LDLC team announced in May a partnership with the Tony Parker Adequat Academy and created the first esport study from the High school in Lyon.