eSports is the fastest growing competitive sports event in the world. eSports law is a complex mix of employment law, contracts, sponsorships, gaming, intellectual property and governance. Those involved in the industry and who require advice include individual gamers, game publishers, leagues owners, eSports competition venues, advertising companies, and potential investors.

MahWengKwai & Associates is probably amongst the very few law firms providing services for eSports Law. Our team carries our experience from dealing with sports matters into eSports Law. We understand the commercial, corporate and governance issues in eSports Law.

Our Services

Our services and support include but are not limited to the following areas: Esports contract drafting, review and management; Sponsorship advisory and consultancy; Governance, integrity and regulation; Drafting the constitution for esports-related associations; Dispute Resolution

Our Experience

Our experiences in the past include: Advising on the establishment of a state’s Esports Association and drafting the constitution for the said association Advising on the establishment of an Esports Players Association and drafting the constitution for the said association Reviewing contracts between esports athletes and esports teams Reviewing and advising an esports team regarding a sponsorship / streaming contract Reviewing the enactment for a state’s Esports Council including but not limited to licensing matters

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Raymond Mah
Managing Partner
Cassandra Nicole Thomazios
Senior Associate
John Chan
Senior Associate
Marcus Leong
Associate

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