After years and years of being primarily a male club, esports is becoming more and more inclusive for women. There is a collection of women’s leagues around the world, and organizations like the International Electronic Sports Federation (IESF) even run their own women’s tournaments.
Speaking specifically of the latter, the IESF has announced that by 2023, its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament will grow from four to ten teams, when it takes place at the Esports World Championship Finals in Iași. , in Romania, on August 24. and September 4.
“We are delighted to announce the expansion of the Women’s CS:GO Tournament into this year’s Esports World Championship,” said IESF President Vlad Marinescu. “This reflects the progress we’ve made in making esports more inclusive for everyone. We can’t wait to see what these incredible teams bring to this year’s competition. The IESF strongly believes in removing barriers to access for female players.” and give them more opportunities to shine on the biggest stage in the world.”
Qualifying for the event will begin in May and June, with the top ten women’s teams earning their place in the final.
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