FairP2P was established in 2020 as a not-for-profit membership-based organization. Our organization aims to establish a self-regulatory structure for the competitive P2P skill-based gameplay sector. We believe that adopting a self-regulatory structure improves the integrity, transparency, equity and inclusivity of P2P skill-wagering gameplay, as creating a more accessible, engaging and rewarding experience for all players.
For this very reason, we established a forum where industry stakeholders such as game publishers, developers, platform operators and other stakeholders are able to participate in positive and productive ways that would contribute to industry’s growth and success.
At FairP2P, we envision a more connected and enjoyable skill-based gameplay experience for the P2P community. Through development and standardization of best practices, skill-based game certifications, state of the art technological integration, and 360-degree utilization of existing data assets, the community will enjoy a safer, more engaging gaming experience. To realize our vision we created a governance and oversight framework that enables participating members to collaboratively shape the sector’s future and contribute to its long-term prosperity.
Esports Innovation Center at Stockton University
Atlantic City NJ
A Hub for Competition, Research, and Collaboration
Andrew Weilgus, Executive Director of the EIC at Stockton University
The EIC at Stockton is located on the Boardwalk as part of the university's Residential Complex. The center is a nonprofit that was set up in partnership with the NJEDA and Stockton to promote esports in South Jersey and Atlantic City.
A game development and distribution studio. Our focus is on creating memorable multiplayer experiences in the competitive space. We prioritize player excitement, spectator satisfaction, and ease of access to broad demographics. Bushi, our flagship title, aims to provide unique value alongside other major players like Counter-Strike, DotA, Fortnite, and Valorant.
Leadership includes AAA experience from studios like Blizzard, EA, and Microsoft.