ExeedMe becomes latest ESIC member – Esports Insider

Blockchain-based tournament operator ExeedMe has become the latest member of the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC).

As a member of ESIC, the company is are now bound by the commission’s integrity programme. Moreover, ExeedMe will integrate ESIC’s standards and integrity code into its operations to encourage sporting integrity and fair play across events hosted on its platform.

Ian Smith, ESIC’s Commissioner, spoke on the announcement in a release: “We are happy to have ExeedMe on board as a member of ESIC. We look forward to working with them to assist with the integration of ESIC’s Integrity Program into their operations. 

“This is another step towards the fulfilment of ESIC’s mission to establish and foster the harmonisation of competitive integrity standards in esports. ExeedMe’s allegiance with ESIC is a display of their dedication to maintaining integrity in their esports operations.”

ExeedMe is a blockchain-powered tournament platform that allows gamers to ‘monetise their skill’ by competing against each other to win cryptocurrencies or NFTs. Its vision is to ‘build a fair and trusted Play2Earn blockchain-powered gaming platform where all gamers can make a living doing what they love the most’.

Nuno Fernandes, CEO of ExeedMe, commented: “It’s a huge honour to have ExeedMe join as a member of ESIC! We are deeply committed to changing the gaming scene by allowing gamers from all skill levels to showcase their skills. 

“We feel that it is crucial for us, as we’re creating a Play2Earn ecosystem, that our platform is built on trust, and that all users can play freely and fairly, so partnering with ESIC was an important step for ExeedMe and we couldn’t be more honoured to take part in such a leading organisation in the esports world.”


Esports Insider says: ESIC plays an important and necessary role in improving the integrity standards of esports. Becoming a member of ESIC is a statement of transparency and fair approach, therefore it’s good to see its membership expanding.

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