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ESFI Meets IOA, Presents Esports Contingent with Asian Games Training Kits

The Esports Federation of India (ESFI) organized a special meet with the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to discuss Esports growth and hand over exclusive training kits by Hama to the Indian Esports contingent participating in the Hangzhou Asian Games.

ESFI conducts a special meeting with IOA to present India’s Esports Contingent with Training Kits for the upcoming Asian Games

ESFI Meets IOA, Presents Esports Contingent with Asian Games Training Kits
Mr. Kalyan Chaubey, CEO of the Indian Olympic Association discussing about the growth of Indian Esports with ESFI representatives and Indian athletes

Mr. Kalyan Chaubey, Joint Secretary & Acting CEO of the IOA, presented the training kits to the athletes in the presence of ESFI and IOA representatives. Mr. Chaubey engaged in a discussion with the athletes, expressing confidence in Esports’ future in India and emphasizing the IOA’s support.

Addressing the queries of the Esports athletes present, Kalyan Chaubey, the Joint secretary & acting CEO of the IOA said, “We are confident about Esports having a strong future in India where it will generate a significant amount of interest driven by the young demographic of players in the country. Esports is a new-age sport that every country is playing and the upcoming Asian Games will mark the beginning of a marathon where we hope that our talented athletes help India take a giant lead against the other competitors.

ESFI Meets IOA, Presents Esports Contingent with Asian Games Training Kits
Mr. Kalyan Chaubey, CEO of the Indian Olympic Association along with ESFI representatives presenting the official kit to Mayank Prajapati

Just like the USA is synonymous with baseball, Finland is with ice hockey, and Brazil, Spain, and Germany are with football today, the world should be talking about India whenever we talk about Esports. The IOA remains fully committed to supporting our athletes & ESFI in every possible way, standing by them as they strive to achieve remarkable success and bring home medals”

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Esports gained official recognition as a multi-sport event in India and will debut as a full-fledged medal sport at the Hangzhou Asian Games. The 15-member Indian contingent will compete in DOTA 2, FIFA 22, Street Fighter V, and League of Legends. The athletes secured their berths through the National Esports Championship organized by ESFI.

The training kits provided by Hama will enhance their performance. The IOA and ESFI will collaborate to promote Esports in India and provide opportunities for budding athletes.


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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.



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