Yes, tournaments video games Hybrid in theory, in reality women only make up 6% of professional gamers according to the Women in Games Association. Barriers include sexism and Cyber bullying ambient. To change this situation, many esports players point to the need to create tournaments specifically for women. Publishing house Riot Games announced on Monday that the French League of Legends, the most popular esports game, will see the light of day in 2023.
“We are discussing the creation of this competition,” Julie Geniot, Team Leader at Riot Games France, stated during a press conference in Levallois-Perret. “We have this desire to give women the opportunity to have customized competitions in which they can develop,” she added. The fact that women “have access to these women’s competitions, it allows them to be more confident in stepping up and then making it to the competitions.” mixed “.
Details will come in mid-February
The league profiles, which are still being discussed, should be decided by mid-February. The will has been announced and we’ll get there this year. We can’t tell you when or how, but there will be an official competition for the ladies. “This is good news,” said Bertrand Amar, head of esports at Webedia, the company that produces the French League of Legends tournament.
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