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All about women in eSports

If you play games, you will definitely know about eSports. And if you know eSports, you will definitely know about DotA Allstar, a custom map game from WarCraft 3 as well as Blizzard’s classic game. In the immense world of DotA, if you can become one of the best, now you are like a superstar. Of course, you can set up a fanpage, there are fans, and those who hate you, which are obvious and conspicuous elements in a famous star.

What makes good DotA players different from the rest? Do they have excellent vision, a different creative mind, the ability to analyze and identify problems in a remarkably short time, or do they simply have miraculous hands? If you have a bit of quality and passion, you can do the same thing, which we still call go pro.

For male gamers, their handsome appearance is a plus point, but not a necessary condition. But, for female gamers, that is no longer true. Beauty and fitness seem to be a must if you want to be noticed, no matter how good your brain or skills are. When the boys mention a female team, the first sentence they say is their appearance. And the important thing is that if you want to go pro, you have to prove that you are not bad, before you show that you are good enough to stand in the same line as the male gamers.

When the boys play DotA, they say they can’t bring their luck as an excuse for failures, and the victories are always adorned with utter utterance and great skills. In contrast, for women, whether they win normally or persuasively, all they receive is just the word “luck”. Women have not been treated fairly, right from the way people think, words or definitions like intelligence, skills are not applied to them.