Three key legal issues currently facing the Esports industry: A perspective from Asia
Published 16 May 2018 By: Richard Wee
Continuing in this theme, this piece discusses what the authors, with their Malaysian perspective, believe are three of the most important legal issues that the Esports industry currently has to grapple with, namely:
Greater clarity on contractual obligations
Intellectual property and broadcasting rights
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