For those unaware, the Indian E-Sports community was very recently rocked by an ugly controversy involving a private organization called "E-Sports Federation of India (ESFI) who claim to be the "National governing body of e-sports in India" (lol). And this organization E-Sports Federation of India is apparently the Indian branch of the Asian E-Sports Federation (AESF) and AESF is in charge of doing the E-Sports event in the Asian Games 2018. Yes! E-Sports in the Asian Games! For more details about the Asian Games League of Legends among the debut esports titles at 2018 Asian Games Now, two days ago on June 7, a very popular Indian CSGO personality and caster "Bleh" posted on Twitter the player contracts made by the ESFI and I quote him: You can see some of the screenshots of the contracts below: This news spread like wildfire and many prominent E-Sports personalities and journalists picked it up. This forced the ESFI to release the statement below on their Facebook page News posted on: [unikrn] India's Asian Games Contract Forces Players to Pay for Travel & More [Gamegeek.gg] E-Sports Federation of India Controversy [ESPN] Three lawyers weigh in on the Esports Federation of India player contract And as for how this bs of a company managed to get the rights and authority from the Asian E-Sports Federation will be for discussion on another day because nothing about it is known right now. PS: Forgive me for any mistake or error on my part, I'm typing all these from my mobile.