ESIC Teams Up with GG.bet for Anti-Corruption Efforts in Esports
The Esports Integrity Commission partners with esports betting company GG.bet for a three-year anti-corruption education partnership aimed at promoting ethical behavior and educating players in the esports industry.
The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) has announced a new anti-corruption education partnership with esports betting company GG.bet. The partnership aims to further promote ethical behavior within the esports industry and educate players and stakeholders on the matter.
As part of the deal, GG.bet will support the development of ESIC's Anti-Corruption Tutorial. GG.bet will also be designated as a Tier 1 Anti-Corruption Supporter, emphasizing the company's dedication to creating a fair and secure environment in esports.
GG.bet CEO Dmytro Voshkarin highlighted the company's commitment to the growth of esports, stating that creating a safe and fair environment is crucial for healthy competition.
ESIC Director of Global Strategy and Partnerships Stephen Hanna expressed gratitude for the support from GG.bet and stated that partnerships like this are crucial for promoting integrity and preventing corruption in esports. The partnership will run for the next three years.
This partnership follows ESIC's recent Anti-Cheat Partnership with global games protection provider Denuvo by Irdeto. The two companies will collaborate on developing a framework for implementing anti-cheat technology in the esports industry.