INTZ eSports in the Brazilian region surprised the first time to name a female player on the official tournament list.
Recently in the framework of the Superliga ABCDE tournament in the Brazilian region, the INTZ eSports team has launched a rookie. This í a cute and sweet girl with the nick name: Mayumi.
Not only has a beautiful appearance, Mayumi also possesses impressive skills. In the first match of her competitive career with the Uppercut eSports team, Mayumi performed very well with the generals Nautilus and Leona.
Although INTZ eSports lost 1-2 final to their opponents, the female supporters also left a deep impression when there was an “immortal” game (KDA 1/0/15).
This LoL tournament, Superliga ABCDE, is held by the Brazilian eSports Clubs Association. The event takes place during a break between the two major seasons of the year (spring and summer).
Teams participating in Superliga will often present themselves, introducing their potential recruits. In this Superliga season, INTZ eSports with the addition of Mayumi to the main lineup has surprised the c community
Mayumi’s good performance in the time being given the opportunity to play alongside male teammates is likely to bring more professionals and professional teams to the female players.
Unlike many other eSports, LoL has very few movements and tournaments for girls. Most of the talented girls in this game choose to become streamer instead of following the path of professional competition.
Mayumi was the first female player to play professional LoL in Brazil, but in the past there have been cases of female gamers appearing on the stage. In 2016 at the NA LCS, the Renegades team registered the name of the female supporter Remilia to the starting line-up in some of their matches.
In early 2019, Vaevictis eSports of the LCL tournament was shocked to have an all-female lineup. As a result, the girls of Vaevictis were completely destroyed by the opponent before 20 minutes in their 3 matches.