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Ivan Danishevsky

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Ivan Danishevsky
Born (1985-01-03) January 3, 1985 (age 39)
Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine
💼 Occupation
Founder and President of Esports Ukraine, Head of the Ukrainian Esports Federation board
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Ivan Olegovych Danishevsky is an esports entrepreneur and current head of the board of the National Esports Federation of Ukraine (UESF). He previously founded ESM.one, and created the Esports Charts analytical service.

Early life and education[edit]

Ivan Danishevsky was born in 1985 in Zaporizhzhia.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

In March 2005 Ivan Danishevsky created the fraza.ua[1] news portal together with journalist Vitaly Kustov. He developed it as a technical director until he sold his shares in 2018. In 2007, he started working with startups. In 2010, he released the first project together with partners — QCar[2], an application that allowed you to drive a car with an iPad. This application boosted Danishevsky's profile and attracted more investments.[citation needed] In March 2012, Danishevsky began working with the Singaporean game publisher Garena as the head of streaming and live broadcasts.[3] In 2014, he moved to Thailand, where he founded the gamedev startup Brite.Asia. In April 2015, he took up the position of Creative Director of GameShow, a TV channel about the gaming industry and esports. In June 2016, he wrote the first version of Esports Charts, a service that collects, researches and analyzes data on esports and streaming. Today, the Esports Charts agency is one of the world's largest sources of esports analytics.[4] At the same time, Ivan founded the Ukrainian IT holding company ESM.one. In addition to Esports Charts, the company includes about 20 products: Streams Charts streaming analysis service, Fundy.US donation platform, Zeer.TV streaming channel and school, etc.[5]

Esports Ukraine[edit]

To help the amateur esports scene, Ivan created the Esports Ukraine esports federation in 2016. Over the next two years, the federation held hundreds of online competitions, organized the All-Ukrainian Dota 2 online tournament together with Kyivstar,[6] and launched the CyberStar Academy streaming platform. Starting in 2018 the federation held a series of all-Ukrainian student tournaments (UUOpen 2018[7], University Master Cup 2019[8], UUOpen 2019 Winter Cup[9]) with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, and also organized a World Esports School Championship[10] with the grand final held at the Olimpiyskyi National Sports Complex in Kiev. In February 2020, the President of Esports Ukraine Ivan Danishevsky and the President of the Ukrainian Esports Federation Artur Yermolaev announced that the organizations would unite under the common UESF brand.[11] “Esports is a serious profession and a real sport that requires maximum dedication, diligence and professional training”. In September 2020, esports was recognized as an official sport in Ukraine.[12] This, in addition to being eligible to hold official tournaments, allowed Ivan as the head of UESF to expand the scope of esports to educational programs in higher education institutions.[citation needed] In September 2020 a first student group started studying an “esports” course.[13] Less than a year later, on July 21, 2021, UESF received a national status[14][15] and the authority to hold national competitions, form national teams, and assign titles and ranks to athletes by the order of the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine.[citation needed]

During the years of leadership by Ivan Danishevsky, the Ukrainian Esports Federation received national status and has held hundreds of tournaments, including ones for people with disabilities.[16] Since 2019, the National University of Physical Education and Sports of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Esports Federation have begun preparing the educational program for the first esports master's program in the country. In 2021 the Ukrainian Esports Federation (UESF) created the first national Ukrainian esports team.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. "Fraza.ua" (in русский). Archived from the original on 2017-03-01. Retrieved 2017-03-01.
  2. "qcar.com.ua" (in русский). Archived from the original on 2016-03-07. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  3. "Почему за спонсорство кибертурнира стоит отдать 1 млн грн. Иван Данишевский о бизнесе на киберспорте". MC.today (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  4. "Киберспортивный бизнес такой же, как и обычный IT-бизнес: интервью с CEO сервиса Esports Charts Артемом Одинцовым". ТСН (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  5. "Esports Charts enters analytical partnership with TSM". ESPORTS INSIDER. Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  6. "В Украине пройдет турнир по Dota 2 с призовым фондом 100 000 гривен". Sport.ua (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  7. "Перший в історії Всеукраїнський студентський турнір з кіберспорту". Ассоціація спортивних журналістів України (in українська). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  8. "University Master Cup 2019 - результаты и фото". Gameinside (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  9. "UUOpen Winter Cup 2019". Esports Ukraine (in українська). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  10. "Результати ISF World Esports School Championship". Esports Ukraine (in українська). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  11. "Создание Национальной федерации киберспорта и матч по CS:GO с командой "Ageless Shooters": как в Днепре прошел "День Киберспорта"". Информатор Украина (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  12. "Киберспорт признан официальным видом спорта в Украине". Телеканал Футбол (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  13. "Образование киберспортсмена: где получить его в Украине и как будет проходить обучение". eSPORTconf Ukraine (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  14. "Федерация киберспорта Украины получила статус национальной". hi-Tech.ua (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  15. "Наказ про надання статусу національної спортивної федерації" (PDF). Міністерство молоді та спорту України (in українська). Retrieved 2022-02-10.
  16. "#UNICGAMERS 2021: итоги первого всеукраинского онлайн-турнира по CS:GO для людей с особыми потребностями". Федерація кіберспорту України (in русский). Retrieved 2022-02-10.



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