International Esports Federation (IESF) has announced Tekken 7 as the last official game title for its 13th Esports World Championship, Eilat, Israel. This is the eighth time that the game title has been included since 2012.
Tekken 7 (Tekken means “Iron Fist” in Japanese) is published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The popular 1:1 fighting game’s arcade version was first released in 1994 and the home version was released in 1995.
With the announcement, IESF confirms that all three games from the 12th Esports World Championship would be back with more games for IESF’s flagship international competition, which has taken place annually since 2009.
All athletes who shall participate in the Tekken 7 game title at IESF’s 13th Esports World Championship shall be selected by member national federations affiliated to IESF.
IESF’s Esports World Championship is the IESF’s flagship competition, where all the players from all over the world participate in a unique and vibrant tournament while representing their national flag. The event is the only major Esports tournament featuring national teams, and this year’s competition is expected to be the largest one to date, with approximately 80 nations set to participate.

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