By Rishika Mendiratta (Founder and Managing Editor at KhelAdhikar) The last article brought to you an analysis of the Esports governance model in the country. This week Rishika Mendiratta brings to you an article on player contracts and Intellectual property issues relating to Esports in India.Advertisement
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By Rishika Mendiratta ( Founder and Managing Editor of KhelAdhikar) This time the topic is the unexplored domain of Esports. Being a demonstration sports in Asian games 2018, and a potential entrant for Olympics in 2024, it is time we understand the legal and policy framework of this burgeoning phenomenon in the world of sports. In this article Rishika Mendiratta has explained the governance model of Esports in the country.
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