Welcome !
Last update:

Swiss Esports Map FAQ

Why are Home of Esports and Red Bull part of the Swiss Esports Map project?

Home of Esports and Red Bull are both temporary members of the Federation. They joined the Federation in 2020 and are expected to be accepted as full members at the next general assembly.

In the future, the SESF intends to enter into more collaborations with members. The “Swiss Esports Map” is an example of such a collaboration: Home of Esports contributes with its own resources in the project management and helps our intern Jean-Pierre in the project coordination and in the technical implementation of the project. Red Bull helps out by sponsoring the cans to make the survey more attractive and to provide a small thank you for the efforts.

What happens with my data?

Your data will be used exclusively for the map project. Collection and aggregation / processing of the data is done by the SESF. The collected data will be made publicly available in the form of a map/directory and a short report. Commercial use of the data is not allowed in any form. You can request the deletion of your data at any time and without giving any reason. We will then comply with this request immediately.

The two partners Home of Esports and Red Bull will accompany the process, but will not receive a copy of the data or otherwise collect it for their own purposes.

What is the objective/purpose of the Swiss Esports Map?

We at SESF want to make the Swiss esports scene visible. This will strengthen the community and their connection. The esports scene is naturally fragmented. We want to present a binding entity: The central platform where all Swiss organisations/teams that actively participate in national or international competitions can be seen. Through the map, players and sponsors from your region will have an easier time finding your team or organisation.

On the other hand, we start this survey to show first solid numbers in the political sphere: The number of Swiss organisations in esports, the number of esports players in Switzerland, the number of hours volunteered in the organisations etc. As a Federation, we have set ourselves the objective of raising awareness for esports.

This survey is a next first step in this direction: More connection and more awareness. In the future, we are also striving for further projects that we would like to realise – hand in hand with the community – with you.

If you have any further questions about the project, you can write an email to this email-address:


About the Swiss Esports Federation

Founded on the 1st of January 2008, the Swiss Esports Federation is a non-profit association comprised of Switzerland's most active esports organisations. Its goal is to promote, professionalise, and foster esports. The SESF will also advise on incorporating regulations and, most importantly, establish esports as a sport or equivalent status in Switzerland. The organisation prides itself on fair play, empowering players, and has a strict non-discrimination policy. The Swiss Esports Federation is also a founding member of the International Esports Federation.




Share this article