This article will conclude, ultimately, it is a matter of policy with two convincing sides best left for the public to decide. First, having a monolithic regulator for all esports in the United States is unnecessary to address many of the legal issues esports faces and may actually cause more legal issues. Second, some centralized effort or a centralized association to heighten and universalize standards would be beneficial because it would allow market participants to address the systemic threats to the esports market. As to a centralization, this article will argue the most effective means to accomplish such a task is through a binding and monolithic regulatory body.
USeSPA? Exploring the Idea of a U.S. Esports Regulatory Authority,
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