Sexism, insults, harassment… The qualifiers are hardly brilliant when it comes to discussing the place of women in e-sport.
However, according to a study published by Sell (Union of leisure software publishers) in 2020, nearly one in two video game players would be a woman.
But when it comes to e-sport, therefore competitions, this figure of 47% drops to only 6% in France, according to the association Women in Games (WIG) which works for a greater openness of the discipline to the fairer sex.
As was the case recently with the posting of a documentary about two young women, Noxtra (24 years old) and Viki (25 years old), trying to find a place for themselves in this macho environment to change mentalities.
Both are followers of the famous strategy game
League of Legends
) which pits two teams of five players against each other seeking to destroy the opposing base.
They started trying out the controller around the age of 5-6, one in Zelda, the other on…
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