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Esports Integrity Commission signs up Relog Media as latest member

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The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) has announced Serbia-based esports media business Relog Media as its latest member.

As a member of ESIC, Relog Media will work with the organisation and its other members to support ongoing efforts to promote integrity in esports. This will include incorporation of ESIC’s integrity codes and standards.

Founded in 2019, Relog Media organises esports competitions and tournaments, including events based around leading titles Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and Dota 2.

“We have been working towards raising our integrity standard to be on par with leaders such as ESL and Dreamhack; thanks to our cooperation with ESIC, we have been able to accomplish that feat,” Relog Media chief executive Milutin Pecic said.

“As we continue to progress with our events and commitments with teams across the year, we are now ensuring our events share the highest quality of integrity for the teams and our viewers across the year.

ESIC commissioner Ian Smith added: “We look forward to collaborating with Relog in order to help them to integrate our integrity program into their operations thereby promoting the continual harmonisation of competitive integrity efforts in esports.

“Relog Media’s commitment to ESIC is indicative of their dedication to maintain integrity in their esports operations.”

The addition of Relog Media to the ESIC network comes after the organisation this week also signed up sports data supplier SportsModule, and its subsidiary esports tournament organiser 247 Leagues, as members.

Also this week, ESIC secured its first data partnership with global esports data provider Esports Charts.

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