WePlay Esports has officially joined the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC), who fights for fair play in esports. This will aid efforts in detecting malpractice and any type of manipulation of competitive matches during WePlay Esports events.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, esports betting has been on the rise. Unfortunately, this has also led to certain players seeking lucrative means of gaining profits. The nature of many esports titles creates ways to manipulate match results, and it’s important that the esports community has the means to stand up to the offenders.
WePlay Esports has cooperated with ESIC before by exchanging information during match investigations and supporting a recent ruling regarding the CS:GO “coach bug” exploitation.
Ian Smith, Commissioner at Esports Integrity Commission: “WePlay’s commitment to ESIC is a reflection of the fact that WePlay values a safe, and healthy esports industry.”
“As a tournament operator that has been engaging with ESIC for some time, we are happy to have WePlay transition into full membership with ESIC. WePlay joins a prestigious list of tournament operators who have pledged a commitment to standardising an approach to competitive integrity in esports. WePlay’s commitment to ESIC is a reflection of the fact that WePlay values a safe, and healthy esports industry.”