EPWA is a Non-For-Profit organisation that is dedicated to ensuring the rights of eSports players in India are protected. The services offered by our organisation range from legal to educational and are tailored to address the key issues that eSports players in India face.
Navigating a career in eSports can be challenging at the best of times. Distinguishing between casters, gamers, streamers, etc. can be overwhelming to most leave alone first-time entrants in the industry. EPWA will help you define the various professions in eSports and provide the tools to enable an eSports player achieve their goals.
We endeavour to build a community of eSports players from across the country where they can exchange ideas, communicate, discuss and most importantly become a unified voice for the eSports players in India. EPWA will champion the most pertinent causes affecting the eSports community.
Contracts being the bedrock of any engagement need to be carefully vetted. eSports Players Welfare Association proposes to review and flag off concerns in the following contracts; Team contracts, Tournament contracts and Sponsorship/Endorsement contracts.
Strong, fair, and legally sound contracts are an integral part of any eSports players’ career in the world, and India is no different. Professional and amateur eSports players alike, are bound by contracts with their teams, sponsors or in some cases tournaments as well. EPWA will offer legal services to its members to ensure these contracts are sound and fair.
Should any player be addressed with an adverse or hostile situation vis-à-vis their contractual rights from team principals, tournament sponsors, and such other similar issues, eSports Players Welfare Association endeavours to guide and direct them on the best way forward, either themselves or through third-party legal experts.
EPWA aims at safeguarding the interests of all e-gamers through research and representation.
eSports Players Welfare Association is committed to providing eSports players a safe and fair environment to thrive. With little or no regulation with regard to eSports players rights in India, they are often misled. As a non-for-profit organisation eSports Players Welfare Association primary concern is player rights which will be brought about by setting industry standards.
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