GT Sports Leagues will now adopt and implement ESIC codes into its operations, and work with other ESIC members to promote competitive integrity.
Active for over 10 years, GT Sports Leagues hosts gaming festivals, manages esports productions around the world and produces content to engage with the global esports community.
“Given the vast growth of the esports industry, we consider this membership of utmost importance since it will give us more trustworthiness and durability in the online gaming industry,” said GT Sports Leagues project manager, Rita Iordanidou.
“We are ready to take advantage of the benefits this collaboration will bring us in all aspects, and we are absolutely looking forward to it.”
ESIC commissioner Ian Smith added: “Memberships like these allow esports participants to grow more confident in a unified and standardised presence of integrity in the industry.”
“We look forward to working with GT Sports Leagues to keep esports safe from threats of corruption and match manipulation.”
Last month, ESIC also added esports tournament operator ExeedMe to its membership base.