E-sports set to grow further in Singapore with the formation of a new sports association

(From left) Amraan Gani, Darren Gan and Fardeen Hussain of Team Flash, who won the EA Champions Cup Winter 2018 on Nov 17, 2018. PHOTO: TEAM FLASH
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's electronic gamers have been creating ripples in the e-sports scene in recent months. Now, they stand a chance to make an impression on the wider community following the formation of the Singapore ESports Association.

The group, led by pro tem president Ng Chong Geng, was supported by Sport Singapore to be a national sports association (NSA) in July, and approved by the Registry of Societies earlier this month.

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