Two special tournaments focused on the promotion of female esports players are taking place in Brazil as part of the celebrations for International Women’s Day. One organized by an esports organization Vivo Keyd, is Rate tournament named “Vivo Keyd Girls Championship,” with a prize pool of $ 10K BRL (approximately $ 1,750 USD), and the other being the Valkirias tournament, a PUBG MOBILE tournaments with a $ 48K BRL (approx. $ 8,400 USD) prize pool.
The Vivo Keyd event kicks off on 12 March with open qualifiers and ends on 19 March with finals. The winning team, apart from taking the grand prize of $ 4K BRL (approximately $ 700 USD), will be signed by Vivo Keyd as a pro player for the women’s organization. Rate list. The tournament will be broadcast from the playoffs via the official Vivo Keyd Twitch the channel, and all the money collected from donations during the game will be added to the prize pool.
The Valkirias Tournament starts on Women’s Day, March 8th, and is the result of a partnership between PUBG MOBILE holders Tencent Games and Krafton, and the Valkirias project, created by esports promoter Pamela Mosquer, is intended to prepare women for the competitive scene. The event will rely on the participation of prominent women on the Brazilian gaming scene, such as Nicolle “Cherrygumms” Merhy and Andreza Delgado, and the final will be held on March 12 by the main cast. PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) analyst Karen “Khaya” Hayashida at PUBG MOBILEthe official channel on Youtube and Facebook.
According to the organization, both tournaments seek to increase the visibility of women in esports, promote a competitive spirit, and expand the reach of women’s voices on the scene.