Why the eSports industry needs to be aware of local laws in order to be successful in the Middle East

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Published: Wednesday, 21 June 2017. Written by Raj Pahuja No Comments

This article explores the main legal issues affecting eSports in the Middle East.  Specifically, it looks at the issues facing:

  • Media partners

  • Players

  • Sponsors; and

  • Integrity issues

For a general introduction to eSports, please see the “eSports Uncovered” series, available here.[1]

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Raj Pahuja

Raj Pahuja

Raj Pahuja is the Head of Corporate Commercial Practice in Bahrain and a key member of Al Tamimi’s dedicated Sports Law practice.

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