As part of the membership, ESIC’s integrity standards will be implemented onto all of NCOVR / DVRT13’s platform. Through sharing data and helping ESIC investigate suspicious activity, the company will be directly tackling issues of fraud in esports.
“I’m delighted to welcome NCOVR / DVRT13 into the ESIC membership,” ESIC commissioner Ian Smith commented. “The project team engaged with ESIC from day one to ensure the fullest possible integration with our programme as possible and, as our first French tournament organiser member, it is particularly gratifying that they wish to ratify a national standard level that aligns with the global standards we have been striving to create.
“I am certain NCOVR / DVRT13 will thrive as they commence operations and we look forward to working alongside them throughout the exciting journey ahead.”
NCOVR added it was proud to have become an active member of the integrity monitoring body, saying it shared ESIC’s commitment to developing a fair industry.
“By joining ESIC, we are committed to protect esports in the interests of youth, and commercial viability. We share the same values which are the fight against corruption in all its forms in the esport world. We will apply all the necessary measures, and ensure that the ESIC charter is respected throughout all our projects.”
NCOVR / DVRT13 joins a host of other members, including ESL, Blast, GT Sports Leagues, Allied Esports, UCC, Dreamhack and FYX Gaming.