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Video Game Makers Try to Get Better at Luring Women to Esports

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By GaryOPA on Dec 21, 2016 at 2:52 PM
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    Stephanie Harvey, a competitive video game player, at the house and training center she shares with her teammates, manager and coach.

    Mark Religioso, a brand manager for the video game publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment, wants more women to be involved in the professional gaming arena known as esports, where players compete in video game tournaments to win thousands of dollars in prize money.
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    As the world of eSports increase, the push is on to make it more diverse and to bring in new gamers to the fold that are 'females' :)
    You can read more in-depth at the news link below, on how things have improved over the last ten years for Female Gamers that are in the growing World of eSports, and how companies are pushing to get more women into this as paying career, afterwards we love to hear your thoughts on the matter.

    NEWS SOURCE: Video Game Makers Try to Get Better at Luring Women to Esports (via) NYTimes
     

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