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British Esports Association with new advisory board

The British Esports Association has officially added three new members into its advisory board.

Three new members joined the advisory board of nonprofit organisation British Esports Association, according to their latest announcement. The names of their name members are Dr Maria Stukoff, Professor Andy Miah and Ramesh Singh.

Ramesh Singh works as a associate professor at the University of Chichester in their esports degree programme. Singh previously worked for Razer and HyperX. He won several tournaments in Quake III, and He also participated in other games such as Battlefield and Trackmania.

Professor Andy Miah is one of the people in charge of the Esports Industry Collaboration at the University of Salford. In the university, he is researching a connection between technology and sports. Miah is a known interviewer and a speaker about ethics, arts, culture and technology.

Stukoff is also one of the people in charge of the Esports Industry Collaboration at the University of Salford. She has worked for Sony in their Academic Development Programme and also worked for PlayStationFirst.

These new additions come after Carleigh Morgan and Heather Dower‘s leave from advisory board.

The chair of Advisory Board at British Esports Association, Andy Payne OBE welcomed new additions of Advisory Board. He noted that they were excited to work together with the new members in future projects of 2020 and 2022.

These new members definitely add a lot to British Esports Association. The organisation’s three year vision is now closer than ever.

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