IESF Signs MOU with Anychat to Overcome Esports Language Barriers

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The International Esports Federation (IESF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Anychat, a real-time AI translation chatting platform that aims to overcome language barriers and create a happier world where anyone can easily communicate and cooperate from anywhere in the world, which will work towards IESF’s goal of uniting the World Esports Family.

IESF and Anychat will work together to foster a relationship that will promote and activate the multi-language communications between IESF’s 129 members federations and worldwide esports communities. The partnership will help overcome language barriers and create a more inclusive environment for the World Esports Family and for IESF’s flagship events such as the World Esports Championships and the World Esports Summit.

IESF President Vlad Marinescu said: “IESF is home to the World Esports Family and is committed to giving everyone a voice and a chance to freely communicate. Working together with Anychat will allow us to make significant progress in global communications with the esports ecosystem. We are looking forward to our partnership and friendship with Anychat and establishing a larger network involving the broader esports industry.”

IESF is made up of a geographically diverse community of athletes and will continue to work towards and embrace diversity within the esports ecosystem. A record-number of 85 nations competed in the 2021 WE Championships Finals, with the 2022 edition expected to feature a new record of 120 nations competing from December 1 to 12 December 2022 in Bali.

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