The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) is proud to announce that we have been in deliberations with the Korea eSports Association (KeSPA) and have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding on Saturday, 30 July 2022.
This agreement between NESA and KeSPA will facilitate a continued collaborative partnership between Korean and Namibian esports bodies, in which both parties will explore the options for further development of esports, collaborative opportunities, and international programs for esports athletes in both countries.
NESA believes that MOUs such as these are crucial to the healthy growth of esports in Namibia. Securing co-operative agreements with associations from other countries provides new opportunities and career possibilities for all involved. This also provides Namibia the chance to learn from more experienced esports scenes which, in turn, ensures that NESA can develop the esports scene in Namibia faster, and more skilfully than before.
Representatives from the Namibia Sports Commission, the Namibian Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Services, the KeSPA Board, and the NESA Executive Committee attended the ceremony to sign the MOU.
This MOU marks Namibia’s first entry into an agreement with a fellow esports association and is a monumental step in developing esports in Namibia. NESA is making strides to put Namibia on the global esports scene as not only a region that participates in international esports, but actively participates in the developmental efforts for the arena and athletes in multiple countries.
You can watch the MOU signing ceremony here.
Source: Nambia Esports