Five new members join the Esports Integrity Coalition

The Esports Integrity Coalition has announced that five new members have joined the group. 

Esports Middle East, NODWIN Gaming, Mettlestate, ESP and FirstBlood have all joined the group. 

Esports Middle East is a non-profit esports organization in the Middle East and North Africa that has translated some of the ESIC materials into Arabic and will be spreading their message across the region. 

NODWIN Gaming is a major tournament organiser in India that has worked with the likes of ESL, Valve and ESWC. On a similar note Mettlestate does a similar thing in South Africa. is a fantasy eSports site that also plans to release a regulated gambling option in the coming weeks. 

Finally FirstBlood is an eSports platform that allows players to challenge each other and win rewards utilizing incorruptible blockchain technology.

Esports Integrity Commissioner Ian Smith said, “We are delighted to welcome all our new members to the Esports Integrity Coalition. Each one is doing something remarkable in their country or with exciting new technologies and we can’t wait to work with them to continue keeping the world of esports free from corruption, match manipulation, betting fraud and doping.”

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