IESF and ITTI High Tech Institute to Announce Winners at WE Championship Finals in Bali
The International Esports Federation (IESF) has signed a contract with the ITTI High Tech Institute, in collaboration with the Barcelona Innovation Hub, to award four full scholarships worth EUR 8,000 each to World Championship athletes. esports and five partial scholarships to esports enthusiasts for an online interactive esports course.
The scholarships are available for athletes competing in the upcoming Esports World Championship Finals, as well as the public. Entries will be accepted from November 23 to December 2, and the winners will be announced at the WE Championships Finals in Bali, Indonesia.
In addition to the interactive esports course, which begins on January 17 and ends at the end of June, participants will also have the opportunity to attend a week-long in-person training camp in Barcelona and receive an invitation to the Sports Tomorrow Congress. At the end of the course, each participant will receive a certificate of completion from ITTI and the Barcelona Innovation Hub.
IESF Secretary General Boban Totovski said, “The IESF is proud to partner with the ITTI High Tech Institute and the Barcelona Innovation Hub to award these scholarships and offer members of the World Esports Family the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and passion for esports. The IESF remains committed to promoting sustainable and responsible gaming around the world through initiatives like this, and we look forward to awarding the scholarships in Bali.
Daniel Pintó, CEO of ITTI Sports, said: “I am thrilled to announce this partnership with the IESF, a brilliant organization that is helping to improve this incredible esports industry that has no limits. As part of this agreement, we will enable all esports fanatics to become an industry professional by giving them the advantage of studying the unique esports management program with our partner, Barça Innovation Hub.
The IESF recently concluded regional qualifiers for the WE Championships, and the finals will begin in Bali on December 2, with a record 106 nations competing. The World Esports Family will reconvene following the success of this year’s World Esports Summit, which brought together over 200 stakeholders from across the esports ecosystem to discuss critical issues and the future of responsible esports. in the world.