A take on India’s emerging competition law jurisprudence:Deciphering India’s leading sports law cases (Part 2)
“Competition is the spice of sports, but if you make spice the whole meal, you will be sick” – George Leonard The above quote is an apt description of the relation of sports with both on filed competitiveness and competition law. Part 1 of this article explored the unique conceptual cross-roads of the application of competition law principles in sports. In this article Rishika Mendiratta elaborates upon the interpretation and application of these principles in various Indian sports legal issues. The article also deliberates on the possible ways and means of balancing the various competing interests in sports governance and administration.Advertisement
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.