D-Day – British eSports Association consultation deadline is Friday

The British eSports Association has put out a digital klaxon call for any and all feedback to be submitted before its consultation periods ends this Friday September 30th

Dom Sacco, British eSports Association
Dom Sacco, British eSports Association

Over the past three months the British eSports Association has been gathering feedback from the UK esports sector in a bid to ensure it fully represents the interests of all involved, be they fans, players, teams, game developers or broadcasters. This is the final working week in which feedback and opinion can be submitted. 

The British eSports Association was established to promote grassroots esports in Great Britain, and in order to do so it is primarily trying to gauge opinion on what the current challenges are, what can be done about them and how the competitive UK scene can blossom. 

Little has been revealed about the not for profit British eSports Association in detail yet but it has been confirmed that eSports News UK Founder Dominic Sacco will be on board and heavily involved as Content Director.

You can email ideas and thoughts to info@britishesports.org or complete the online survey here. 

The next official announcement from the Association is expected to be made in early October.