It was recently announced that the International Esports Federation (IESF) added six more members to its organization from three different continental zones. Armenia, Croatia, Djibouti, Lithuania, Honduras, and Suriname are the six newest members of the federation.
“I am happy to send my sincere congratulations to our newest members and wish them: welcome aboard,” commented IESF Secretary-General Boban Totovski. “We are excited to have more countries and communities as part of the IESF family. We hope that by supporting National Federations in those countries, we can stimulate the growth of the esports communities there and everywhere else.”
With this recent addition, the IESF now has 104 members. The organization represents countries from Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americas, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
The IESF was founded in 2008 and is now headquartered in South Korea. It works to expand esports and make it as popular as other traditional sports.