Bidding process for eSports World Championship 2022 launched by IESF
18 May 2021
The International eSports Federation (IESF) has launched the bidding process for 14th eSports World Championship, which will take place in 2022. The IESF’s flagship competition, which is the world’s only multi-game eSports tournament featuring national teams, is expected to attract over 100 nations for its next edition.
Interested parties in hosting the event who attracted more than 1.5 million unique viewers across all IESF’s platforms in 2020 are asked to submit their letter of intent by July 5 of this year. “The IESF flagship event, the World Championships, which unites National Teams from over 100 countries across five game titles is now open for bidding. We are proud to announce the bidding process for the 14th edition of these World Championships 2022 and look forward to working closely with bidding nations during this process in order to ensure the best possible conditions for the eSports athletes and community. We are sure this event will enjoy worldwide media exposure and participation of more than 1000 athletes”, said Vlad Marinescu, IESF President. “IESF eSports World Championship will bring the most contemporary eSports trend to your community. It will change the way of communication between generations and garner greater understanding between them”, added IESF Vice President Yougman Kim.