The British Esports Association is always on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers who would like to help out with upcoming events and initiatives.

To find out more or to apply, please email us at with details of your background and what you’re interested in doing, and we’ll add you to our list of prospective volunteers for future initiatives and events.

Volunteering is varied and opportunities may arise at different times. For example, we held a kids’ esports club pilot scheme at Maida Vale library in 2017 and had four great volunteers sign up to help us across the month.

Harry “DocDa” Evans and Jordan Boyle (below, left to right) and Cameron Peberdy, Harry Buckley and Ryan “Flakes” Oliver (below, left to right) helped out, with Harry Evans and Ryan Oliver helping children learn all about casting.

We also had a busy stand at World Skills Live 2018 with many volunteers helping out, including our Rocket League game adviser Gregan. Earlier in 2018, we held a pilot British Esports Championships tournament in schools and colleges, and had admins helping out with that, as well as our first full Championships running October 2018 to spring 2019.

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Volunteers and staff help out at the children’s esports club at Maida Vale Library (from left to right, far top: Harry “DocDa” Evans, Rob Allen, Dom Sacco and Jordan Boyle; above: Cameron Peberdy, Harry Buckley and Ryan “Flakes” Oliver)