Asian Electronic Sports Federation

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Asian Electronic Sports Federation
Asian Electronic Sports Federation logo.svg
AbbreviationAESF
Formation2018; 3 years ago (2018)
TypeSport organisation
HeadquartersHong Kong
Membership
45
Official language
English
President
Kenneth Fok
Vice-president
See list
  • Sheikh Abdullah Faleh Al Thani · Saken Mussaibekov · Lokesh Suji · Trần Văn Mạnh · Azat Myradov · Harry Warganegara Harun
AffiliationsOlympic Council of Asia
Websitewww.aesf.com

The Asian Electronic Sports Federation (AESF) is the governing body of Esports in Asia and recognized by Olympic Council of Asia.

Members[edit]

So far, there are 45 member nations in AESF:[1]

Nation Organization
 Afghanistan
 Bahrain
 Bangladesh
 Bhutan
 Brunei
 Cambodia E-Sports Federation Cambodia
 China CSIC, e-Sports Department
 Hong Kong E-Sports Association Hong Kong
 India Electronic Sports Federation of India
 Indonesia Indonesia Esports Association
 Iran Iran Electronic Sports Association
 Iraq
 Japan Japan eSports Union
 Jordan
 Kazakhstan Qazaq Cybersport Federation
 North Korea
 South Korea Korea e-Sports Association
 Kuwait
 Kyrgyzstan Esports Federation of Kyrgyzstan
 Laos Lao e-Sports Federation
 Lebanon
 Macau Macau E-Sports Federation
 Malaysia Esports Malaysia
 Maldives Maldives E-Sporting Association
 Mongolia Mongolian E-Sport Association
 Myanmar Myanmar Electronics Sports Federation ( MESF )
Flag of Nepal.svg Nepal Nepal Esports Association
 Oman
 Pakistan Pakistan Electronic Sports Federation
 Palestine
 Philippines National Electronic Sports Federation of the Philippines [NESFP]
 Qatar
 Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian Federation for Electronic & Intellectual Sports
 Singapore Singapore Cybersports & Online Gaming Association
 Sri Lanka Sri Lanka eSports Association
 Syria Syrian Esports Association
 Thailand Thailand E-Sports Federation
 Timor-Leste
 Turkmenistan Turkmenistan National e-Sports Federation
 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei Esports Association
 United Arab Emirates
 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Virtual Sports and Cyber Football Federation
 Vietnam Vietnam Recreational eSports Association
 Yemen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Recognised members Asian Electronic Sports Federation

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