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  • GEES20 Adds to Its Growing List of Speakers


    As the countdown to GEES20 approaches the two-week mark, IESF continues to add to its impressive list of presenters.

    IESF is proud to announce the speakers for GEES20 on Esports and Traditional Sports Convergence.

    Keynote Speakers:

    Philippe Gueisbuhler, General Director of GAISF (Global Association of International Sports Federations)
    Byungho Kang, Esports Manager of K-League

    Panel Discussion:

    Byungho Kang, Esports Manager of K-League
    Eunjoo (Lisa) Ghil, Manager of KADA (Korean Anti-doping Agency)
    Roy Hessing, CEO of Maccabi World Union
    Yong Chul Yun, Founder and CEO of PSI (Prime Sports International)
    Samart Benjamin Assarasakorn, Chief Executive Secretary of TESF (Thailand Esports Federation)
    The session on Esports and Traditional Sports Convergence will cover topics such as bringing the sports and Esports communities together, building on common ground, and identifying and cultivating opportunities for collaboration and outreach.

    GEES20 takes place November 29th and 30th and will be hosted at the Busan Esports Arena in Busan, South Korea. As IESF attacks the challenges posed by COVID-19 head-on, plans have been made to allow delegates to participate and contribute both live at the venue, and online. GEES20 is shaping up to be a truly unique and groundbreaking event.

    Since 2015, GEES has gathered key Esports stakeholders from around the globe to create an environment for discussion, education, and action towards esports development through conferences, exhibitions, academic lectures, and networking events.

    If you would like to participate in GEES20, either live or as an online delegate, you can register for free at

    GEES20 is supported by the City of Busan and the Busan IT Promotion Agency.
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