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NOCC boots up new E-Sport Federation

NOCC boots up new E-Sport Federation

The newly founded Cambodia E-Sport Federation was officially unveiled yesterday during a press at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia headquarters presided over by NOCC secretary general Vath Chamroeun and appointed executive members of the Federation.

“The founding of more sports federations is helping to elevate Cambodian sport to a high level as well as helping to follow the government’s policy on promoting many different sports in order to compete with more developed countries across the world,” said Vath Chamroeun.

Sabay Digital Corporation president Chin Sela was named as the head of the Federation. “E-Sport is a kind of sport that requires intelligence and helps grow the player’s imagination . . . it’s a sport that promotes solidarity as well as a better understanding of technology.”

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