Mongolia becomes Asian Electronic Sports Federation member – News.MN
The Asian Electronic Sports Federation (AESF) now notes 45 countries as being recognised members of the organisation after the Mongolian Esports Association (MESA) joined its ranks.
Erdenechuluun Ganbaatar, MESA President, is enthusiastic this development will aid the organisation in nurturing young talent.
” Based on the truth that it has been a little over 25 years since Mongolians got introduced into video gaming, it is tough to believe however possible sufficient how fresh we remain in the market,” Erdenechuluun said. “In the early years of our operation, we used to get a variety of responses from our neighborhood. “Luckily, things have altered now. “Our professional athletes have already begun creating a successful course for themselves and for future esports athletes. “We, Mongolian Esports Association, objective to sustain the athletes in their professional course and establish skills who construct and support the community of esports.”
MESA has actually staged in excess of 20 occasions, with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2 stated to be among Mongolia’s most popular titles.
The AESF is acknowledged by the Olympic Council of Asia, with esports set to be a medal occasion at the 2021 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Bangkok and Chonburi.
It was a presentation sport at the Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games.
The International Esports Federation furthermore recognises and acknowledges the AESF as Asia’s sole esports federation after the pair participated in a collaborative arrangement earlier this year.