Connect the community
It’s essential for the growth of esports to establish certain standards.
Be that via administrative details like tournament rules, referees or meditation between organizations but also the public appearance of organizations and teams.
Official national championships
We want to provide clear structures and standards that the esports scene can orient itself by.
This serves new organizers and teams as guidance while also establishing a level of certainty for both established members of the scene and viewers equally.
Establish e-sports as sport
NoN-Profit, all passion
Esports is the passion of every member in the SeSF.
The time and dedication invested in the federation comes from our shared vision of what esports in Switzerland might become in the future.
The SeSF is against discrimination based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other characteristic.
The only thing that matters is your passion for esports!
Power to the players
Each individual player represents the smallest wheels in the giant clockwork which the esports industry has become.
But taken together they decide over success and failure.
We will always make a stand for fairness and transparency in esport.
This is not limited for ingame sportsmanship but also protecting organizations, teams, players and their efforts from being exploited.
January 1, 2008
- General Meeting
- Revision Board
- Control Commission
International esports federation (ieSF)
The Swiss e-Sports Federation is a member of the International Esports Federation (IESF). In fact, Switzerland is one of the founding members. The IESF was created in 2008 and is based in Korea.