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On the Community Stage, where the top four female Australia & New Zealand CS:GO teams will compete for their share of the $10,000 prize pool. The ESL Women’s Sydney Open CS:GO tournament will run online qualifiers in the lead-up to the event, scheduled to take place across April 18 and 19.

“The ESL Women’s Sydney Open is a fantastic opportunity for our local players to showcase their skills in front of the most passionate audience in esports at the Community Stage at IEM Sydney. For ESL Australia, this announcement marks the beginning of a commitment for our team to develop more opportunities for women in esports” Said Nick Vanzetti, Managing Director of ESL Australia.

Great new for both local esports and female players. For tickets to IEM Sydney head here, and for a breakdown of the schedule, head here.



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