Female Esports League announces Southeast Asia’s first all-women esports circuit with a total cash prize pool of SGD$12,400

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The FSL circuit kicks off with Mobile Legends Bang Bang in May, followed by
League of Legends and concluding with DOTA 2 in December.


FSL, a tournament that seeks to bridge the gap between aspiring female gamers and top tier
competitors, has been holding DOTA 2 tournaments since 2012 and League of Legends
competitions since 2016. This year, FSL adds Mobile Legends: Bang Bang to their 2019
competition circuit which will include regional online tournaments for Singapore and
Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam. It will conclude with an offline final on 8-9
June 2019.

In the 2019 circuit, FSL will also see a new Elite tier pegged to the perennial “Open” tiers.
Winners in the open category or regional tournaments will get to compete with each other in
an offline final, dubbed “Elite”. With an increased prize pool and the chance of promotion or
relegation, teams taking part in FSL Elite will have more at stake, and viewers can expect a
higher level of play and more exciting matches.

FSL MLBB Tournament Schedule
May – June

FSL LoL Tournament Schedule (tentative)
July – September

FSL DOTA 2 Tournament Schedule (tentative)
August – November

About FSL
Livestream : https://www.twitch.tv/femaleesportsleague
Facebook Mobile : https://www.facebook.com/FSLMobileGames/
Facebook DOTA 2 : https://www.facebook.com/FSLDota2/
Facebook LoL : https://www.facebook.com/FSLLoL/
Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCquCkgEtCewJN6DxbwIY8hA
Website : www.fsl.gg

Contact :

Kimberlyn See
[email protected]

Tammy Tang​
[email protected]


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