Electronic sports will reach the Olympic fair and this March 1st the qualification for the Olympic Esports Series 2023 begins for all players
The international tournament, Olympic Esports Series 2023 created by the IOC in collaboration with the International Federations (IF) and the publishers of the participating video games will mark the historic start for the scene with the first edition of the Olympic Esports Week.
As part of the recognition of the world of esports to be held in Singapore between June 22 and 25, 2023, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Community, Youth and Sport of Singapore and the National Olympic Committee of Singapore ( SNOC).
All this began on March 1, the date on which professional and amateur players from all over the world were invited to participate in the qualifying rounds of the games presented in this edition.
Full list of confirmed video games:
The Olympic fair presented titles where players from all over the world can participate in nine sports.
• Archery (Tic Tac Bow).
• Baseball (WBSC eBASEBALL: POWER PROS).
• Chess (Chess.com).
• Cycling (Zwift).
• Baile deportivo (Just Dance).
• Motorsports (Gran Turismo).
• Sailing (Virtual Regatta).
• Tennis (Tennis Clash).
• Taekwondo (Virtual Taekwondo).
How to participate in open competitions?
All those interested in being part of this great international event should consult the bases of each game from the official Olympics.com page, You can consult the detailed eligibility criteria, as well as the terms and conditions, you can find them in the registration form of participation in the competition for each game.
Each player will be able to register and participate in the nine sports. “The first Olympic Esports Week marks an important milestone in our ambition to support the growth of virtual sports within the Olympic Movement. We believe that the exciting new format of our esports competition, where live finals will be held for the first time, is an opportunity to further engage with esports players and create new opportunities for both players and fans. ”… Said Thomas Bach, President of the IOC.