Competition rules

1. Introduction

1. These Regulations describe the basic rules for organising the Acceleration Programme, including the basic rights and obligations of the Programme Participants. These Regulations are available on the website
2. Additional documents, in particular the Acceleration Agreement, regulate the Programme participation rules in relation to Participants who have qualified for the Acceleration Stage and Investment Stage.
3. Please read the Regulations before sending your application to the Programme.

2. Programme aim

1. The aim of the Acceleration Programme is development of the games industry by selection through competition and support of teams that will create prototypes of games with the greatest potential for commercialization and market introduction.
2. The Organiser of the Programme is ARP Games Sp. z o.o. with its seat in Cieszyn, ul. Wojska Polskiego 5 43-400, entered to the KRS register by the Court under the KRS number 0000643074, NIP 5482677205, registered capital PLN 2,700,000.

3. Definitions

Unless otherwise specified, the definitions in these Regulations have the following meaning:

Acceleration Stage Stage of the Programme specifically described in Point 6 hereof;
Investment Stage Stage of the Programme within which the Investment is realised, specifically described in Point 7 hereof;
Debt Financing The granting of a loan by the Organiser or cooperating entities;
Investor Entity specified by the Organiser carrying out the Investment independently or in cooperation with the Organiser or other investors;
Investment Investment made to implement and commercialise the Idea;
Capital Investment Subscription of shares or stock by the Organiser and/or Investors;
Leader A participant, a part of the Team, responsible for maintaining communication with the Organiser on behalf of the Team
Competition Committee Committee comprising the representative of the Organiser and persons indicated by the Organiser in agreement with entities delegating members to the Programme Board;
Mentors Polish and foreign experts from the gaming industry, economics, law or other areas of science and arts that are important for the game creation process;
Call for Ideas Stage of the Programme within which the Teams are chosen for the Acceleration Stage, specifically described in Point 5 hereof;
Delegated Persons Individuals other than persons comprising the body authorised to represent the company and persons other than the company’s shareholder (stockholder), delegated by the company being the Participant, to develop the Idea within the Programme, specified in the application form submitted during the Call for Ideas;
Tutor Team Tutor, as referred to in Point 6.8 of the Regulations;
Partner Natural or legal person with whom the Organiser has concluded the partnership agreement;
Idea Idea, proposal, concept, prototype or design associated with the games industry with the greatest potential for commercialization and market introduction, in particular established in the presentation presented to the Organiser in the form of a screenplay, script, story-board, software, audiovisual work;
Intellectual Property Rights Mean: (i) copyright, in particular commercial copyright, including derivative rights encompassing the right to use and make dispositions of derivative works, and the consent to use and make dispositions of derivative works, rights to audiovisual works, related rights, including in particular rights to videograms, phonograms, rights to artistic works, (ii) patents, know-how, rights concerning data bases and rights to trademarks and industrial designs or utility designs (both registered and unregistered), (iii) applications for registration and rights to submit applications for registration concerning any of the aforementioned, and (iv) any other intellectual property rights, or other similar rights, subject to protection wherever in the world;
Programme Acceleration Programme, taking place on the principles specified, in particular, in the Regulations, Acceleration Agreement and Investment Agreement, organised and managed by the Organiser;
Final Report Report specifying the works, derivative works, including the derivative of the Idea and other Intellectual Property created by the Team during the Acceleration Stage;
Programme Board Experts, firms and institutions invited by the Organiser;
Regulations These Regulations specifying the rights and obligations of the Team and Participants associated with the Programme, available on the website throughout the course of the Programme;
Grant Grant awarded to the Team, as referred to in Point 6.11 hereof;
Participant Respectively, each individual forming part of the Team (if a given member of the Team is not a company or partnership), companies and partnerships comprising the Team and in relation to members of the Team being companies or partnerships, in addition: (i) Delegated Persons, (ii) each person forming part of the body authorised to represent the company and (iii) each company shareholder (stockholder). A Participant may be a citizen of a country other than Poland and company or partnership registered in a country other than Poland;
Acceleration Agreement Agreement concerning participation in the Acceleration Programme concluded between the Organiser and the Participants, a template of which constitutes Exhibit no 1 hereto, and conclusion of which is indispensable for participation in the Acceleration Stage and Investment Stage;
Investment Agreement Agreement concluded between the Team and the Organiser, and possibly the Investor resulting from the Investment Stage and specifying details of the Investment;
Workshops Meetings referred to in Point 6.6(a) hereof;
Intellectual Property Subject matter of Intellectual Property Rights;
Alternative Support Provision of office space and IT infrastructure to the Team on preferential terms to enable the Team to carry on further work on the Idea;
Assignment Assignment referred to in Point 6.5 hereof;
Team Team comprising Participants taking part in the Programme, who have skills or knowledge relating to games;
External Investment Any legal or non-legal transaction that results in an entity other than the Organiser or the Investor, Team or any of the Participants, investing in the Idea, as well as transferring or encumbering under any legal title, also on an unremunerated basis, rights associated with the Idea, initially accorded to the Participants in favour of an entity other than the Organiser or Investor;
External Investor Entity carrying out the External Investment.


4. Programme stages

1. The Programme comprises three stages: Call for Ideas, Acceleration Stage and Investment Stage.
2. Qualification of the Team to one of the stages does not guarantee participation in subsequent stages.
3. Unless the provisions of the Regulations specify otherwise, decision on qualification or non-qualification to any of the stages is not subject to appeal. Decisions do not require justification.

5. Call for Ideas

1. The first stage of the Programme is the Call for Ideas.
2. Ideas may be notified by Teams meeting the following criteria:
a) Where Teams consist only of individuals, they must comprise at least two or more persons;
b) Participants in the Teams may be individuals, companies and partnerships;
c) Mixed Teams are allowed, i.e. comprising both individuals and companies or partnerships;
d) A Participant may be a citizen of a country other than Poland and company or partnership registered in a country other than Poland;
e) As regards individuals, only adults with full legal capacity can be Participants.
f) As regards Participants being companies, notification of Delegated Persons is not mandatory.

3. The Call for Ideas lasts from 27.04.2019 to 16.06.2019 at 18:00 hours. Applications submitted after the final deadline are rejected.
4. During the Call for Ideas, potential Teams may send their applications to the Programme only via the website. Applications submitted in a different manner to that specified in the preceding sentence are rejected.
5. It is possible to submit an application provided that the IT [information and communications] technology system used by the applicant meets the following minimum technical requirements: (i) operating system: Windows or Linux or Mac OS; (ii) graphics card: in accordance with DirectX 9, 512MB RAM; (iii) internet link with a minimum capacity of 1 MB/s; (iv) internet browser: Google Chrome (version 26 or upwards), or Windows Internet Explorer (version 10 or upwards) or Mozilla Firefox (version 20 or upwards). Further, the applicant must have an electronic mailbox..
6. The following information or data must be attached to an application:
a. application form completed online, made available on the indicated website;
b. a copy of these Regulations signed by the Team and all Participants. If the Participants are companies or partnerships, persons properly empowered to represent a given company or partnership sign the application form. The authority of persons signing will be confirmed by relevant documents attached to the application; (e.g. current extracts from the entrepreneurs’ register, copy powers of attorney etc.);
c. copies of declarations and consents on the website under tab Project Application signed by each Participant. Persons properly authorised to represent a given company or partnership sign for Participants being companies or partnerships. The authority of persons signing will be confirmed by relevant documents attached to the application;(e.g. current extracts from the entrepreneurs’ register, copy powers of attorney etc.)
d. a presentation of the Team’s video and presentation of the Idea that the Team intends to pursue during the Programme;
7. The Organiser reserves the right to demand additional data and information if deemed necessary to properly pursue the Programme.
8. Applicants are prohibited from supplying content that is illegal, infringes third party intellectual property rights, is false or which is likely to be misleading, content containing malicious software or content that can cause disturbance or damage to computer systems. If the Organiser receives reliable notice about the unlawful nature of data provided by an applicant, the Organiser may prevent access to such data or delete it. The Organiser shall not be liable to the applicant for any damage caused by removal or disabling of access to data with unlawful content. Should reliable information be obtained about the unlawful nature of data, the Organiser shall notify the applicant of intent to prevent or remove access to data.
9. Each Participant must lodge the following declarations as part of the application submission process:
e. consent to the public disclosure of information on the Idea name and description, as well as participation in the Programme on the Organiser’s and Partners’ websites and materials in order to conduct and promote the Programme;
f. consent for the Organiser and Competition Committee to process personal data needed to implement the Programme, in particular, each Participant’s full name, social security number (PESEL), identity card number and residential and e-mail address as well as consent for the Organiser to transfer personal data in aforementioned scope to Mentors and Investors located in a third country, if needed to implement the Programme;
g. declarations that the application and submitted Idea do not infringe the law and do not endanger or violate legitimate interests or rights of third parties, and that the Team and each Participant is fully authorised to submit the Idea in order to pursue it within the Programme;
h. declarations that (i) the Team or Participants are accorded moral rights and economic copyright to the Idea and each of its elements, in particular the screen play, music, graphic works, which include derivative rights, undertaking not to exercise moral rights by authors and persons who contributed to the creation of the Idea or who were involved in its creation, related rights, in particular, to the artistic performance and rights to videograms, (ii) that the Idea does not breach moral rights and economic copyright of third parties and also personal rights, rights to image, rights arising from inventions, utility models, industrial designs, trademarks, geographical designations and integrated circuit layouts, (iii) that the Idea is not encumbered with third party rights and is not the subject of court (including injunction), administrative, enforcement proceedings, and that disposal of the Idea is not limited or excluded in any way whatsoever;
i. Declarations that the provided data and information and submitted declarations are true and that the Team and each Participant is authorised to provide such information and data, submit declarations and grant required consents.
10. The declarations referred to in Point 5.9 above are made available on the website under tab Project Application. Copies of signed declarations should be submitted together with the applications in accordance with Point 5.6.(c) above.
11. If the Organiser deems it necessary, an application may be verified through Team discussions with the Organiser’s representative including through electronic means of communication (e.g. Skype).
12. The Competition Committee will select a maximum of 10 Teams from the applications submitted by the deadline that comply with the Regulations’ and meet the Organiser’s requirements. These will qualify for the Acceleration Stage. Point 5.13 specifies the selection criteria.
13. The Competition Committee takes decisions according to its own discretionary assessment of the value and potential of the Idea, guided by the following criteria: originality, artistic value, the business model. Decisions are taken on the basis of Idea assessment cards, on which each Team receives a score on a scale from 0 to 100 points. A Team is entitled to inspect its Idea assessment card after completion of the Call for Ideas.
14. The Competition Committee’s decision will be announced on the website by  September 14th 2019. A ranking will also be established, by decision, for the Teams which have attained a score of more than 50 points pursuant to the Idea assessment cards. This will be arranged in point order, starting from the team that attains the greatest number of points. The 10 Teams which receive the greatest number of points pursuant to the ranking list will qualify for the Acceleration Stage. The remaining Teams will make up a reserve list.
15. Should any of the Teams decide not to take further part in the Programme or its participation becomes impossible for any reason, the Competition Committee retains the right to allow the subsequent Team from the reserve list to be permitted to the Acceleration Stage.
16. The Team and Participants are exclusively liable for the content of data and information they provide and are obliged to immediately update such data and information in case of any changes.
17. The Organiser is entitled to carry out a supplemental recruitment in which Teams taking part in the first recruitment are also permitted to take part, also when they received a score of less than 50 points according to the Idea assessment card.
18. Within 14 days from the decision announcement referred to in Point 5.12 above, the Team shall have the right to appeal the decision as regards the score which this Team attained. The appeal should be sent, with justification from the email address specified by the Team in the application form as the contact address. The final decision concerning the appeal is at the Organiser’s discretion, guided by the Programme purpose and the value and potential of the Ideas presented by the appealing Team and remaining Teams and also assessment criteria referred to in point 5.13 above.
19. Participation in the Call for Ideas is free of charge.
20. Accession to the Call for Ideas is tantamount to the Team and Participants accepting the Regulations. Moreover, Participants acceding to the Call for Ideas undertake, should they qualify to the Acceleration Stage, to conclude the Acceleration Agreement on terms and conditions essentially compliant with the specimen specified in the Exhibit to the Regulations.


6. Acceleration Stage

1. The second stage of the Programme is the Acceleration Stage.
2. The Acceleration Stage lasts from the date of conclusion of the Acceleration Agreement to the date specified in the Acceleration Agreement.
3. Participation in the Acceleration Stage is conditional upon a given Team qualifying for the Acceleration Stage and concluding the Acceleration Agreement with the Organiser on terms and conditions essentially compliant with the specimen in the Exhibit to the Regulations. All the Participants conclude the Acceleration Agreement.
4. The aim of the Acceleration Stage is:
a. fulfilment of the Assignment specified by the Competition Committee for a given Team;
b. further development of the Idea;
c. verification of the Idea and its market potential;
d. vetting of the Team, in particular, its substantive and management skills;
e. the holding of a series of training courses and workshops for the Participants.
5. Each Team qualified to the Acceleration Stage must pursue the assignment specified by the Competition Committee associated with further development of the Idea (“Assignment”).
6. During the Acceleration Stage, Teams are obliged to perform the Acceleration Agreement and work on the submitted Ideas, which, in particular, means that:
a. The Teams must take part in meetings (held in accordance with the schedule set by the Organiser and in places indicated by the Organiser, including Cieszyn, Silesia) at which hitherto undertaken work is summarised. During the meetings, the Teams will, among others, take part in training courses on various areas of know-how and skills pertaining to the creation of games, economics, accountancy and the law, hold sessions with Mentors and work on improving their concepts from a technical and business perspective (“Workshops”);
b. The Teams must take part in meetings organised by the Programme Board’s members and by Partners;
c. Teams undertake to continually convey information to the Team Tutor and Organiser on progress in realising the Assignment at least once every month;
d. Teams must take part in business meetings organised by the Tutor and prepare notes summing up these meetings, as well as deliver the notes to the Tutor and the Organiser immediately after the meeting;
e. At least one member of each Team must take part in the Workshops. A Team may decide not to attend a given Workshop in justified cases and with the Organiser’s consent;
f. During the Acceleration Stage, Teams must achieve the Assignment they were set by the Competition Committee;
g. Teams must prepare materials for Investors in accordance with recommendations and instructions provided by the Organiser and Tutor: investment teaser, pitch deck and a presentation of the Idea and its realisation;
h. Teams must attend meetings organised with the Investors;
i. Teams must adhere to restrictions on competitive activity specified in the Acceleration Agreement.
7. Teams qualifying for the Acceleration stage receive:
f. Accommodation in Cieszyn for the duration of the Workshops;
g. Access to equipment and software;
h. Opportunity to participate in the Workshops;
i. Opportunity to consult with Mentors;
j. Support in their contacts with industry and capital investors;
k. Preparation of presentations for Investors;
l. Support for promotion, as well as participation in trade fairs and industry conferences.
8. The Organiser allocates each Team at least one Mentor supporting the Team’s activity at the Acceleration Stage (“Tutor”). The Tutor’s responsibilities will include giving the Team pointers and making corrections during the Acceleration Stage. The Teams are obliged to comply with the Tutor’s instructions and fulfil the tasks he assigns them.
9. Consultations with Mentors and the Tutor will take place electronically or through direct contact. Details regarding consultations with Mentors will be presented during the Acceleration Stage.
10. Subject to the Regulations and respective provisions in the Acceleration Agreement, participation in the Acceleration Stage and support granted to Teams will be free of charge for qualifying Teams.
11. Throughout the Acceleration Stage, each Team will receive a grant of up to PLN 20,000 (twenty thousand zlotys). The total amount of the awarded grant constitutes the product of PLN 1,800 (one thousand eight hundred zlotys) and the number of months duration of the Acceleration Stage and the number of Participants indicated to receive the Grant by a given Team albeit a given Team’s total Grant amount may not exceed the sum indicated in the preceding sentence. The Grant is awarded to each Team regardless of the number or the legal form of the Team members. The Grant is subject to income tax pursuant to law. Should the grant be subject to VAT, the Grant amount shall constitute the net amount and is subject to increase by VAT. The Acceleration Agreement shall specify how an allotted Grant is to be used.
12. It is deemed that a Team has successfully completed the Acceleration Stage if it has successfully completed the Assignment during the time envisaged for the Acceleration Stage and has fulfilled obligations specified in the Regulations and in the Acceleration Agreement and also: (i) the Team has conveyed to the Organiser the report on the course of the Acceleration Stage, drawn up according to the template provided by the Organiser and according to its instructions, and (ii) the Final Report has been agreed and signed.
13. Teams that have successfully completed the Acceleration Stage receive the title “Acceleration Programme Graduate”. A Participant may, for 12 months from the completion of the Acceleration Stage for information purposes, use, free of charge and without any territorial limitations, the logotypes or trademark of the Organiser or Programme on the Team’s or Participant’s website, on the Team’s or Participant’s professional social media account and in trade documents. After the expiry of 12 months, the Participant may post information about the title “Acceleration Programme Graduate” without using the Organiser’s or Programmes’ logotypes or trademarks.
14. Detailed rules on participation in the Acceleration Stage will be specified in the Acceleration Agreement.

7. Investment Stage

1. The third and optional stage of the Programme is the Investment Stage.
2. The Organiser at its discretion decides whether a Team qualifies for the Investment Stage.
3. In proposing that the Team join the Investment Stage, the Organiser proposes Investment to the Team in the form of Debt Financing, Capital Investment, Alternative Support or a combination of such Investment forms. The Organiser presents the draft Investment Agreement to the Team together with the Investment proposal.
4. The Team is obliged to accede, in good faith, to negotiate the Investment Agreement with the Organiser and the Investors proposed by the Organiser and conduct negotiations aimed at concluding the Investment Agreement in good faith and in accordance with good customs.
5. The Organiser envisages that within the Investment Stage the average participation of the Organiser in the Investment will amount to 50 000 PLN (not counting any value of the possible Investment made by the Investor).
6. The Acceleration Agreement and Investment Agreement specify rules for conducting the Investment Stage.
7. Participation in the Investment Stage may necessitate a Team to meet additional requirements, including the need to carry out transformations of the Team’s legal form and registration of a commercial entity in Poland.

8. General obligations of Participants

1. Throughout the Programme, the Team and Participants are obliged to work on the Idea for the purpose of its development, commercialisation and implementation, proactivity and participation in work carried out during the Programme, to observe instructions and take heed of recommendations given by the Organiser, to observe the provisions of the Acceleration Agreement, and also assure the Organiser the ability to verify work progress on an ongoing basis as regards pursuit of the Idea.
2. The Team and Participants are obliged to observe the Regulations, Acceleration Agreement and instructions and pointers issued by the Organiser pursuant to Point 8.1 above.
3. In the event of a flagrant breach of the Programme rules by the Participant, in particular the provisions of these Regulations or the Acceleration Agreement, the Tutor or all the remaining members of the Team may submit an application to the Organiser to exclude such Participant from the ProgrammeTeams that have successfully completed the Acceleration Stage receive the title “Acceleration Programme Graduate The Organiser excludes the Participant from the Programme if he finds the application to be justified. The Organiser’s decision is final.

9. Specific obligations of the Participants

1. The Participants have additional obligations in connection with the External Investments throughout the Programme on the rules specified in the Acceleration Agreement.
2. Under the rules described in the Acceleration Agreement, the Participants undertake not to pursue and develop any project resembling or similar to the Idea other than the Programme, in particular, throughout the Programme, the Participants shall not join other acceleration programmes resembling or similar to the Idea without the Organiser’s prior consent.

10. Intellectual Property Rights

1. Throughout the duration of participation in the Programme, the Intellectual Property Rights (hereinafter IP Rights) to the Idea are transferred to the Organiser to secure all the Organiser’s receivables toward the Team or any of the Participants, ensuing from or associated with the Team and Participants’ participation in the Programme.
2. Should the Team end its participation in the Programme, the IP Rights to the Idea are returned to the Team. In the case of Investment, the IP Rights to the Idea will be returned to the Team, unless the Team and Organizer agree otherwise.
3. In the event of a flagrant breach of the Regulations or Acceleration Agreement, the Organiser shall be authorised to definitive assumption of, which include disposal of, IP Rights transferred to the Organiser by way of security, to satisfy the Organiser’s receivables that arose as a result of the breach of the Regulations or Acceleration Agreement and will not be obliged to return such rights to the Team or Participants.
4. The Acceleration Agreement specifically describes the transfer and return of IP Rights to the Idea.

11. Personal data

  1. ARP Games sp. z o. o. with headquarters in Cieszyn (43-400) Wojska Polskiego St. # 5, is the Controller of personal data within the meaning of article 4 point 7 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter referred to as GDPR, in relation to personal data of natural persons representing the Team and natural persons designated by the Team as contact persons and other persons responsible for the implementation of these Regulations.
  1. Personal data (within the meaning of Article 4 (1) of the GDPR) of persons referred to in paragraph 1, will be processed by ARP Games sp. z. o.o. based on Article. 6 sec. 1 lit. f GDPR only for the purpose and scope necessary to perform the tasks of the Controller of personal data related to the implementation of this Agreement in the category of ordinary data – in the following: name, surname, PESEL number, number and series of identity document, place of residence, telephone number, business email.
  1. Personal data of persons referred to in paragraph 1, may be transferred to Mentors, Investors and other Teams for purposes related to the implementation of the Program, and to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of the Program.
  1. Personal data of persons referred to in paragraph 1, will not be transferred to a third country (understood as a country outside the European Economic Area, EEA), or an international organization within the meaning of the GDPR.
  1. Personal data of persons referred to in paragraph 1, will be processed for a period of 5 years from the end of the calendar year in which this Agreement will be executed, unless a longer processing period is necessary, eg. due to archiving obligations, claim settlements or other claims required by generally applicable law.
  1. The persons referred to in paragraph 1, have the right to demand that the data controller grants them access to their personal data, and allows rectification, deletion or limitation of processing or opposition to their processing, as well as the right to transfer data.
  1. The persons referred to in paragraph 1, in connection with the processing of their personal data have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory body to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
  1. Providing personal data referred to in paragraph 1 was required to conclude this Agreement.

9. Based on personal data of persons referred to in paragraph 1, ARP Games sp. z o. o. it will not make automated decisions, including decisions resulting from profiling within the meaning of the GDPR.

12. Complaints concerning the website

1. Applicants may submit complaints resulting from improper operation of the website in electronic form by sending them to the e-mail address: Complaints may concern improper operation of the website. A complaint should contain the applicant’s contact data (including e-mail) and a description of submitted reservations.
2. If data in a complaint requires supplementation, the Organiser will request the party submitting a complaint to supplement it to the extent indicated by the Organiser.
3. The Organiser will endeavour to immediately acknowledge a complaint, but no later than within 14 days. This time is calculated from the date when the Organiser receives a complaint containing complete information.
4. A reply to a complaint is sent to the e-mail address conveyed by the applicant.

13. Final provisions

1. The Organiser is not liable for any actions or omissions on the part of the Team or Participants unless such liability ensues from applicable law.
2. The Participants undertake not to raise any claims against the Organiser in connection with possible third party claims levelled against the Team or Participants in connection with their participation in the Programme.
3. Should any third party raise any claims against the Organiser for breaching its IP rights, in connection with the Idea, the Team and Participants undertake to release the Organiser from any responsibility toward such third party and undertake to cover all losses and costs incurred by the Organiser in connection with third party claims. In such case, the Participants undertake to also provide the Organiser all assistance, information and documents required to protect the Organiser’s interests toward third parties.
4. The Team and Participants shall not assign their rights and obligations associated with participation in this Programme without the Organiser’s consent expressed in writing under the penalty of invalidity.
5. The Organiser stipulates that he has the right to take actions, including cooperation with other Teams and Participants with similar or competing Ideas without having to obtain consent of all Teams or Participants as regards evaluation and verification of Ideas applying to take part in the Programme and at each stage of the Programme.
6. The Organiser reserves the right to amend the Regulations. Changes become effective once published on the website
7. In the event of any inconsistencies of these Regulations with the Acceleration Agreement or Investment Agreement, the Acceleration Agreement or the Investment Agreement shall prevail.
8. The Regulations are in force from the date of their publication on the website
9. The Organiser’s obligations resulting from the Regulations do not constitute a public promise as defined by the Civil Code.
10. The Regulations are governed by Polish law.
11. The Regulations were drawn up in Polish and English language versions. In the event of any discrepancies the provisions of the Polish version shall prevail.
12. The Organiser reserves the right to terminate the Programme at any time for justified reasons, e.g. too few applications or insufficient quality of submitted Ideas. The Participants renounce any claims toward the Organiser in this regard.