FIFA has announced plans to encourage diversity at the highest level of esports competition, all in the form of launching a program called FameHerGame, which will hit the FIFAe scene.
The idea of this program is to see men and women compete together at the highest levels of FIFA professional esports, and will seek to meet this challenge by creating grassroots opportunities and creating a safe space for that women can compete in the FIFAe ecosystem. . There will be training camps to give budding players a chance to compete, all in addition to tournaments and opportunities to attend the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand later. This year.
Training support, content creation assistance and teachings on other relevant topics are also promised during the bootcamps, and as to who will be able to attend these bootcamps, each Member Association will select one participant to attend, in addition to guests. the ECL and other league partners.