HONG KONG, Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- By 7th October 2019, all regional qualifiers of the GIRLGAMER Esports Festival had completed and winners announced. This symbolizes the end of the initial phase – regional qualifiers, and the beginning of the final phase – GIRLGAMER World Finals. Organized by Kaisun Holdings Limited (HKEX8203)'s subsidiary Evoloop Limited and Grow uP eSports, GIRLGAMER Esports Festival is going global this year. As the world's leading event, GIRLGAMER aims at celebrating women's competitiveness in esports, while promoting the ever-expanding female enthusiasts' community.
On 28th September, 2019 8 all-female teams from across Europe gathered in Madrid for the celebration of GIRLGAMER Madrid Festival. Apart from the adrenaline-filled esports competitions, GIRLGAMER Madrid Festival also included media day, giving a platform to voice out every female player's stories and challenges while pursuing esports as a career. There was the award ceremony, to announce and award the best and the most inspiring esports teams; and after-party, to celebrate the successful completion of GIRLGAMER Madrid Festival. 3 teams were crowned championships and will represent Europe in the upcoming GIRLGAMER World Finals.
Right after the Madrid Festival, GIRLGAMER Sao Paolo Festival began its 2-day event on 5th October, 2019 in Sao Paolo, Brazil. 8 teams from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexica joined the event and flexed their muscles via popular games <League of Legends> and <Counter-Strike: Global Offensive>. Apart from exciting live commentary on the scene, hundreds of GIRLGAMER fans were also at the event to fervently cheer for all wonderful players at the offline breathtaking event. Moreover, an exclusive makeup room was prepared for all the players, helping them to feel beautiful and unique all the time.
GIRLGAMER Esports Festival 2019 World Finals will be held in Dubai, UAE on 12th December, 2019. Best female esports teams from all over the world will gather to make history.
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