Liga Adarna Invites Female Gamers for Their "Laban Para sa Korona" All-Women's Tournament

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Previously, It was still a prevailing stereotype to many that females are notoriously lousy when it comes to video games. But with the recent arrival of the age of video game streamers and Esports, that stereotype is nearing its end as more and more female gamers are becoming involved now in many competitive leagues where they can go toe-to-toe against that once male-dominated scene.
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That is what Adarna Liga wanted to showcase with their event especially their current and upcoming all-women tournament which dubbed as "Laban Para sa Korona"; an Esport competition for Pinay gamers not only to display their skills but also to help their chosen charity group or front-liners organization amidst the onslaught of COVID-19 pandemic.

The said tournament is open to female gamers who can form a 7-man team and willing to duke it out with other players in a fast-paced gunfight at Valorant or test their mettle in team strategy while punishing their opponents at Mobile Legends and DOTA 2. Laban Para Sa Korona is backed up by big sponsors such as Tanduay, Smart, Razer, with Esports News PH as their media partner.

On August 10, teams can officially register themselves through Mogul to join the event while in the meantime they can pre-register in this form as well as indicate they choose a charity group that will get benefits upon winning the much-coveted Liga Adarna Crown.

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Liga Adarna official launched their all-women league back in 2019 with their Kick-Off party being conducted last July 2019 at TNC Highgrounds Cafe. The season 1 champion of the said league was Pacific Pink in DOTA 2 competition while ArkAngel FE clutches the MLBB Season 1 championship after a tight battle with other aspiring teams.

Their league is now being composed of elite Esports teams that have already bagged several awards from various tournaments like Execration, Lazer Duchess from MLBB community, as well as Nexus and Freya, hailing from DOTA 2.

Check out Liga Adarna's FB page for the upcoming details on their next tourney or get your game on and join the battle with other supreme female teams from the Philippines Esport community.