Competitive gamers from Sarawak now have the platform to be groom as quality gamers to represent the state of Sarawak in the national and international arena
KUCHING, 28 MARCH: The Sarawak Esport Association (SESA) was officially launched earlier this week. SESA has created history by becoming the first E-Sport Association to be registered under the Sarawak Sports Commissioner’s Office on 17th April this year. SESA is also officially endorsed by Ministry Of Tourism Arts Culture Youth and Sports Sarawak and Sarawak Sports Corporation.
Competitive gamers from Sarawak now have access to a governing body that regulates the local esports industry which also provides support to groom quality local gamers to represent the state of Sarawak in the national and international arena. SESA’s vision is to be recognized as one of leading and successful E-Sport entities in Malaysia with the mission to develop E-Sport industry for the state of Sarawak. As an E-Sport body, SESA aims are to foster future Malaysian talent, to increase awareness of esports and provide expertise and advise to competitive gamers. We are focused on the grassroots level of esports and hoping to help educate the masses – including parents, teachers, media and government – about what esports stands for and its benefits.
SESA is now on a recruitment drive and E-Sport enthusiasts from all levels are encouraged to apply to become our member. “The registration fee is listed in our facebook page” association founder and president Mr Afiq Fadhli Bin Narawi mentioned. SESA President Mr Afiq Fadhli Bin Narawi stated that the Association’s plan to set up a State League that would not only encourage local talented individuals to take competitive gaming more seriously, but would also pave the way for a new and better environment for players and organisers alike.
SESA will also be representing local talents on national and international level and will be promoting Sarawak as a destination for esports events and large-scale tournaments. SESA is in the planning to build the first Esport center in Kuching together with the support of Sarawak Ministry of Sports and Sarawak Sports Corporation.
Mr Afiq also commented “SESA became a reality because of the support of all the Sarawak video-gamers that wanted to see a change for the better in the local esports scene.” For more information about SESA, contact the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their facebook page Sarawak Esport Association.