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Founded in late 2017 The Esports Games Association (EGAA) is an incorporated entity dedicated to growing and legitimising esports in Australia and New Zealand. Working with players, teams, managers, organisers and sponsors, EGAA aims to set and improve standards for the whole industry to help advance the Australian esports scene.

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EGAA 2018 Melbourne Conference

2018-10-25 00:16:32

Melbourne | 25th October 2018 The EGAA will be bringing their esports conference to Melbourne on the 25th of October and will be followed by social drinks in the evening. This event will showcase some of Australia and New Zealands best industry speakers. The half day conference will run from 1:00PM to 5:00PM and is an opportunity for members of the industry to hear the latest on Australian esport...

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EGAA's Submission to the Parliament's Loot Box Enquiry

2018-07-20 00:36:46

One of the key objectives of the EGAA is to help make a positive difference to the local esports scene. As recently announced, we do that via community engagement, representation, and advocacy – what we call the Community ERA model. We rally around our members, the issues they face as stakeholders, and in relation to key issues. Gambling, and its effects on integrity, is a key issue facing o...

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The Esports Games Association Australia announces the launch of the Diversity and Inclusion Panel

2018-07-19 00:37:51

Industry esports leader Eileen Bell will head this Panel, and additional members are Madeline Brown, Alex Hoskins, Zane Woodhead and Megan Webber. Anna Lockwood, EGAA Board Member, will help facilitate the panel. The EGAA Diversity & Inclusion Panel will focus on dedicated community engagement, inclusive representation and the advocacy of diversity in the gaming and esports ecosystem. In an i...

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EGAA Establishes New Zealand Panel, EGANZ

2018-07-18 00:39:18

The Esports Games Association Australia (EGAA) announces the establishment of a dedicated Panel serving the esports scene and its stakeholders in New Zealand, led by Board Member and trusted esports leader, Jason Spiller. Jason has assembled an excellent leadership group on the panel made up of New Zealand esports’ finest: Conrad Ware, leader of Ping Zero, New Zealand’s longest runni...

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