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Female players and gender equality story in esports

Still know gender equality in esports is important, but between male gamers and female gamers there are very basic differences.
Last November, Xiaomeng “Liooon” Li became the first female gamer to win a major championship from BlizzCon and Hearthstone. After the championship, she advised the girls out there who want to succeed with esports to believe in themselves and completely escape from gender stereotypes.

Despite saying that, it is not easy to do so. According to research from Michigan State University, women’s ability to engage with games is influenced by many external factors, but mainly from the negative actions of male colleagues.
That makes the girls’ trust and motivation easily impaired. In addition, research has also shown that male gamers are better able to endure and rotate pressure, while female gamers often experience reduced gaming performance when experiencing psychological problems.
At the end of February, the all-female team of Vaevictis Esports had to disband because of its poor performance. While the levels of these 5 girls are below the general level of the tournament, their adaptability and progress are also limited by psychological gender differences.
According to a recent survey by Amnesty International, women make up 37% of people appearing on the internet, including female gamers who are insulted, harassed and intimidated, greatly affecting the their development. The small number of female gamers is also a problem when not all girls are really passionate and pursue a career of gamers to the end.

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Female gamers who were locked out of their accounts for wearing too sexy

Using their bodies as tools to attract viewers, these streamers were permanently locked out of their accounts because of their tricks.
LegendaryLea, whose real name is Lea May, is quite famous on TwitchTV channel because of her impressive ability to mix games and play games.

Having a good looking face with a sexy body, but this female gamer often uses tricks, many times “accidentally” show her body in front of viewers. After many revealing breasts, revealing the third round, the management of this stream channel locked Lea May’s account permanently, although she always insisted that she did not know the camera was still working when things happened, but most people play confirmed her intentions are still too obvious
Pink Sparkles is a beautiful and extremely hot League of Legends female gamer. She is also remembered by everyone because of her habit of drawing a black heart on her nose every time she airs. Besides, another habit of this female gamer is to regularly wear open-breasted bras and intentionally show off her “mound” to please the audience. This is also the reason why her stream account was locked after many recidivism
Like her “colleagues” on Twitch, female gamer Alinity also attracted a large number of people watching her livestream with game play and erotic choreography. Her forte is also active rhythm games. And after many times of sexy dress, her stream account was also locked permanently.

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Archery game attracts Chinese female players

The men’s gaming market is increasingly saturated in China. Therefore, women become a new target for developers here.
Fate of Empress is an ancient role-playing game designed exclusively for female gamers in China. The romantic content, the form of puzzle playing and the thrilling archery displays like in the movie help the game quickly capture the hearts of women.


The number of people playing mobile games in China is the largest in the world, so games like Fate of Empress are increasing. Giants like Tencent, NetEase, and Bilibili went to smaller studios, too, racing to win over female players.
Land waiting to be exploited
“Women games are gold mines waiting to be exploited. This is a group of players with very high growth potential”, said Zhang Chundi, video game analyst at Ampere Analysis.
Like other countries in the region, the Chinese gaming industry is inspired by Japan’s women’s games. Researchers say that Japanese developers easily create games that appeal to both men and women because of a culture that prefers cuteness. Can see this in monsters Pokemon, Doraemon …
However, according to Zhang, Chinese companies turn to making games for women because the market is saturated. The most popular mobile game in China today is Vuong Gia Vinh Dieu including muscular male characters, next to sexy female generals. The image build like above has no longer earned new players. Therefore, game companies have to find “new land” to exploit.

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The hard life of Chinese professional female gamers, 8 hours of practicing every day, being given priority with her gorgeous look and outstanding singing skills

While male gamers can play professionally to make money since 2000 and earn millions of dollars in bonuses, female gamers still have many difficulties on the path to becoming professional gamers.
As a teen, Gui Lisha dropped out of school to go to gaming stalls so often that her father threatened to take her to internet addiction camps. Immediately after graduating from high school, Gui left his hometown to join a professional esports team. Her father thought she was falling into a multi-level marketing scam and flew to the city where she lived to rescue her.

Gui, currently 20 years old, is known in the Chinese esports community as LLG San Chen. LLG (Love Laughing Girls) is the team name of Gui, one of China’s first all-female professional esports teams. In the last tournament in August, LLG played League of Legends (LOL) with three other teams of female gamers from Europe, Taiwan and Korea. This tournament in addition to the prize worth more than 10,000 USD also recognizes female gamers who deserve to be treated like male gamers.
“I want to prove that I am not inferior to male colleagues,” said Zhang Zhou, 19, teammate of Gui.
It is estimated that esports will generate revenue of nearly $ 700 million this year and that number will double by 2020.

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Beautiful female gamer Mayumi was suddenly critized by her fans

Recently, the beautiful female gamer Mayumi was suddenly criticized by the community for her beauty.

In the international eSports village, Mayumi is a rare female gamer in a community with mostly male players. Except for a few female commentators, the number of good female players is often in the minority. The rest, as everyone knows, mostly men, this is a common situation, common in esports in many countries.


Mayumi is a rare person in esports, real name is Júlia Nakamura, born on 22/5/2002 in Brazil. She competed for the INTZ eSports team in a support position. Mayumi is noticed by many gamers not only for her beautiful appearance, cute face, but also for her great fighting skills.
Therefore, Mayumi is a female gamer known and admired by many fans, both for her talent and her rich beauty. That’s why Mayumi receives a lot of interaction from the community every time she posts something on her personal page. But recently, Mayumi has suddenly been “stoned” by netizens because her appearance is somewhat different than usual.

Not that recently, Mayumi posted a gorgeous photo with quite a heavy makeup. She also shared that this photo was before going to a party. Thought that Mayumi would receive praise from the community as always, it was extremely surprising, most of them disrespecting Mayumi’s strange appearance this time.

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The danger of harassment for E-sports female gamers

Many female gamers agree to play video games or chat with lonely strangers to make money. Many of them often face harassment.
E-girl used to be a disdain for the females of a part of the gaming community, that girls often use sexual elements to attract more viewers.
Currently, the term refers to beautiful girls who pursue a cosplay-like style in a cartoon. They can be gamers or influencers on social media platforms, according to VICE.
In March 2020, the EPal platform – originally known as Egirl.gg – was launched to cater to lonely gamers (mostly men). That is where they can meet E-girls and hire them to play games, chat, watch anime … for 1 euro per turn.


On the website, EPal is introduced as a meeting and exchange place for people who share a passion for video games, emphasizing the companion aspect to train gaming skills. However, from the hundreds of E-girl profiles provided, customers can choose a “gaming girlfriend” based on their appearance and voice.
The website’s creator, Brian Xiong (25), a UC Berkeley student (USA), said the platform conducts a strict review of the submitted documents to ensure there are no sexual hazards. sex. However, the E-girls on the platform claim this does not help them avoid some customers with bad intentions.

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“Female gamer” was recognized by the Guinness as the world’s oldest YouTuber, extremely fond of playing GTA 5

It is true that the more ages we get, the more experienced we gain, recently, a “female gamer” has been recognized by the Guinness as the world’s oldest YouTuber.
Recently, a “female gamer” has been recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest YouTuber. This YouTuber is Hamako Mori, also known as the Gamer Grandma. Ms. Hamako was born on February 18, 1930 and is still healthy at the age of 90.
As of May, her YouTube channel has more than 197,000 subscribers and this number has not stopped.

Mrs. Hamako could look like any other common grandmother. However, don’t be fooled by this YouTuber’s appearance, she has been playing video games for 39 years after seeing kids playing games.
“It looks fun and I think it’s unfair if it’s just the kids playing it,” he said.

At first, Mrs. Hamako only played games for fun on her first console called “Cassette Vision”. Ms. Hamako also keeps all the consoles and software that she has bought over the years. It has a lot of emotional value towards this “female YouTuber”.

Gamer Grandma is currently playing games on the PlayStation 4. The interesting thing is that the oldest YouTuber in the world has a special passion for action games. However, she also shared that recently started playing this genre and “fascinated” by its difficulty. On her YouTube channel, viewers can see that Mrs. Hamako is not “fed up” with any game, from GTA5 to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

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Seven female gamers have changed the face of world esports (part 03)

5. Kristen “KittyPlays” Valnicek

With nearly 1 million followers on the Twitch platform, the female gamer with her nickname KittyPlays is not only a true star on the platform but also the star of many of her followers. Good gaming skills, great personality without using tricks to catch cheap views, she is one of very few women who are trying to create a healthy and active gaming community. A truly wonderful person.


6 / Sasha “Scarlett” Hostyn
Everyone knows Korea is a powerhouse in eSports, especially in their big name titles like League of Legends and StarCraft. However, Sasha was the first female gamer to beat the Koreans in StarCraft II. Her latest great achievement is the IEM PyeongChang championship in Korea, in which she is also the only “non-Korean” player in the quarterfinals of this tournament and then excellently won the championship. enemy. Her name is also an admirable symbol, not only in the StarCraft 2 discipline but also the eSports world.
7 / Susie “lilsusie” Kim

The last name on this list is Susie “lilsusie” Kim. Host, commentator, interviewer, interpreter, manager, and many other positions, Game Game still doesn’t know what is there that she can’t do anymore. In addition to the Manager for the Overwatch London Spitfire team, this female gamer also strives to support and support young gamers who want to step into the professional gamer path. Because of that tireless dedication, Susie is favorably called “eSports Mom” ​​enough to see how big her influence is.

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Seven female gamers have changed the face of world esports (to be continued)

Perhaps, the name MamaDao is too strange for many Asian gamers, but this name earns really a great power in the fighting game community in the US. Her real name is Carolyn Dao, MamaDao is the name that gamers in the community give her, demonstrating how great her influence is. Not only is the queen planning quality tournaments, MamaDao is also the founder of Combo Queens, an organization that works for female gamers in fighting games.


3 / Stephanie “missharvey” Harvey
Beautiful, talented? What could be more accurate than these words to describe Stephanie. Not only is she good at gaming, her game design such a special ability can’t be criticized. Stephanie is also a role model for a modern and strong female gamer. She is also the co-founder of Missclick to create a great support environment for gamers. So multi-talented, so versatile, you have nothing to disparage this girl.
And guess what, Stephanie has been rolling around in the industry for 13 years, and she’s still eager to compete in eSports while still playing for Counter Logic Gaming in CS: GO.
4 / Kelsey Moser
Before becoming an analyst for H2K, this female gamer became famous because of her coverage in the EU LCS tournament.

Keyles is also participating in a talk show called “Narrative Wake” with the colleague Duncan “Thorin” Shields and has always been considered one of the best current analysts in the eSports world – a living proof that a woman can become an analyst if she tries her best.

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Seven female gamers who changed the face of the world esports (to be continued)

Change the face of eSports in the world? That is what the female gamers below are doing everyday in the world esports community.
In the world of esports, it is not rare for us to come up with some outstanding players who have become sort of legendary and the inspiration of so many people. Someone became a monument in the game and they became famous like Faker, Dendi or Daigo, … There were also people who themselves changed the face of Esports in one way or another. And you know what? In it, there are no lack of female gamers who have been striving to do those great things:

  1. Kim “Geguri” Se-hyeon
    The female gamer playing for the Overwatch Shanghai Dragons team was also the youngest professional female gamer in history when she first made her debut at the age of 17. She was then also the first female gamer to compete in the Overwatch League, the biggest Overwatch tournament on the planet in the Shanghai Dragons squad. Geguri is the most exemplary image that any female gamer should know.
    If you think: “Nowadays games are full of female players and there is nothing special to talk about them.” then it is sure that you have rarely heard about the difficulties that this gorgeous gamer had to suffer from. Geguri emerged with her amazing skills through streams, she was only 16 years old. It is impossible to believe that a young gamer, especially female, possesses those types of skills that even professionals should wish for. The gaming community at that time doubted that another pro was involved, and she herself was nothing special. Even when she proved that these rumors were baseless, how to show off her skills on the main road, the online community still wouldn’t let her go.