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Esports Integrated Initiative launched by Ministry of Youth and Sports

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Esports Integrated Initiative launched by Ministry of Youth and Sports

Esports Integrated laid out a new roadmap that is supposed to help build and support the esports ecosystem in Malaysia.

Esports Integrated, a brand new initiative has recently been announced by the Malaysian KBS or Ministry of Youth and Sports.

ESI, another name for Esports Integrated, is powered by Impact Integrated, which in itself is a conglomerate that promotes social impact plans, digital media, and similar platforms in partnership with the Malaysian government. The new concept and partnership is looking promising and interesting to say the least.

Currently, Malaysia isn’t exactly a big name in esports. Despite plenty of esports athletes hailing from Malasyia and a grassroots scene for more then a decade, the community has not had much governmental support in years past despite budding interest in the communities, especially those of younger people.

With the announcement of the Esports Integrated plan came a series of initiatives. They include things like a platform to manage and centralise the existing esports ecosystem.

It should include a completely online-based tournament engine and form the basis of the Malaysian Esports Circuit. It will be followed by a new annual esports Conference and Summit series, the first iterations of which are set to take place later this year, provided that the public safety situation at the time allows it.

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