Esports Media House partners with Cure Cancer

Ben Scott
October 6, 2021

Australian-based events company, Esports Media House, has today announced their charity partnership with well-known charity Cure Cancer – the only Australian organisation dedicated exclusively to funding early-career cancer researchers. 

Emma Kuldemir, Founder and Director of Operations at EMH said in a statement that “James and I are very grateful to be in the position of owning our own company. Through this partnership we want to lead by example that no matter where you are in life, always give back. At Esports Media House we believe if we can, we will.”

Backing up Emma’s statement, James went on to speak to the values of Esports Media House and how fortunate the company is to be working with a company like Cure Cancer.

“Charity and giving back is a core pillar of our values at Esports Media House, and is central to myself and Emma's own personal ethos. We are incredibly fortunate to be in a position to give back to critical cancer research and through this partnership work closely with Cure Cancer on their fundraising efforts in the esports and gaming space.” - James Cowan, Founder and Technical Director at EMH.

As part of the company's values, Esports Media House has stated that this partnership sticks true to their pledge of on-going contributions to charity and will be working closely in partnership on esports and gaming-focused fundraising efforts. 

CEO of Cure Cancer, Nikki Kinloch, spoke about the partnership by stating “Cure Cancer are delighted to have been selected as Esports Media House’s charity partner, which will see our Game on Cancer charity streaming campaign expand into the esports and gaming arena.” 

“Cure Cancer has remained committed to funding innovative research across all cancer types, raising over $81million and funding over 534 ground-breaking cancer research projects. Esports Media House’s commitment towards pioneering cancer research, is bringing us one step closer to eliminating the threat of cancer,” finished Nikki.

Rounding out their media release, Esports Media House went on to state that this partnership aims to enable Cure Cancer and Esports Media House to work closely together on raising awareness through online and live events in the esports and gaming space. 

You can stay connected with this partnership by following Esports Media House and Cure Cancer via Twitter or stay tuned via their websites. 




Esports Media House is an Australian events company focused on bringing esports and games to a wider audience. 

Esports Media House (EMH) have combined a wealth of industry experience and savvy business approaches, with a burning passion for everything esports and games. At the forefront of an industry that continues to evolve, this approach has enabled EMH to consistently deliver results for some of the biggest and most exciting brands in the region.

EMH is focused on providing the best esports experience for brands, players and fans alike.


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For the past 54 years, Cure Cancer has been dedicated to funding cutting edge research across all cancer types, giving talented young scientists the opportunity to make an impact with their innovative and ground-breaking ideas.

 We are the only Australian organisation dedicated exclusively to funding emerging researchers, creating a pipeline of future research success. Our seed funding has kick-started over 534 cancer researcher careers and led to numerous global breakthroughs in cancers including brain cancer, breast cancer, immunotherapy, pancreatic cancer and childhood leukaemia. Without our funding, these discoveries may never have been made.

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