DOHA – The Qatar Esports Federation has announced its message, vision and objectives a during a press conference held at Doha Tower on Tuesday.
The press conference was attended by the QESF President Sheikh Abdullah bin Faleh Al Thani, QESF Secretary General Mr. Faisal Abdulrahman Khalid, QESF Assistant Secretary General Mr. Khalifa Al Haroon, and QESF Board Members: Sheikha Abeer bint Nooh Al Thani, Sheikh Nasser bin Khalid Al Thani, Ms. Moza Al Mohannadi, and Mr. Nasser Abdulla Al Hajri.
The QESF President Sheikh Abdullah bin Faleh Al Thani stressed that launching the QESF is a dream come true to develop regulations and plans to promote esport in out community.
The QESF President also highlighted that the mission of the federation is to develop esports in Qatar, expand the base of community participation and become a leading federation that fosters the growth and development of Esports in Qatar.
In addition, the QESF signed a MoU with QUEST esports company and on his behalf, the CEO and founder of QUEST Mr. Elie Honain said: “Today, we have marked another important milestone in the growth of esports in Qatar. Through our partnership with the Qatar eSports Federation, we will be able to grow our local talent pool through additional support and training, as well as increase the frequency of live competitions – both intrinsic pillars of the Qatar National Vision 2030’s plans for supporting the broader sports ecosystem and youth development. Qatar has already made significant moves in becoming the region’s leading eSports hub and this collaboration is only set to enhance that.”
From his part, QESF Secretary General Mr. Faisal Abdulrahman Khalid shed lights on the vision and brand of the federation. The logo concept came to place by bridging the first letter of Qatar in both English and Arabic to symbolize a joystick.
“The federation aims to establish a culture of Esports in Qatar and provide talented athletes with a clear path for professional progression to be able to represent Qatar at international levels.” He said.
Source: Qatar Olympic Committee