Morposix Celestials recently won the eBlaze Championship 2024: Women’s Series Valorant Season 02. They secured a thrilling 2-1 victory against ‘Hellbent Caraxes,’ showcasing their impressive gaming skills.
The eBlaze Championship 2024: Women’s Series Valorant Season 02 presented a BDT 80,000 prize pool. The tournament commenced on January 15, 2024. It featured a 5v5 Competitive mode with a flexible Single/Double Elimination format and had no registration fees.
The all-female Valorant tournament attracted eight exclusive teams. Morposix Celestials claimed the title and a substantial BDT 50k prize, retaining their dominance. Hellbent Caraxes, the tough runners-up, earned BDT 20k, and Team Alt F4, the second runner-up, received a well-deserved BDT 7k prize.
The Grand Finale took place at the EMK Center on Gulshan Avenue on February 3, with support from sponsors like EMK Center, Zenetic Esports, and eBlaze Esports. This event marked a significant step forward for female gamers in Bangladesh since the launch of the eBlaze Women Series Valorant Championship in 2023.
The support from sponsors like EMK Center, Zenetic Esports, and eBlaze Esports played a crucial role in elevating the championship’s status and providing a platform for female gamers to showcase their skills. In particular, the EMK Center in Bangladesh played a pivotal role in hosting the event. It contributes to the growth of female esports in the country.
The host’s previous success in organizing the inaugural season of the Women’s Series Valorant laid the foundation for the continued hosting of the second season in 2024. The positive outcome and response from the gaming community and participants likely motivated the center to carry on with this initiative. It indeed contributes to the growth and recognition of female esports in Bangladesh.
The support from organizations like EMK Center emphasizes their commitment to promoting diverse and inclusive opportunities for gamers, particularly women, in the rapidly growing world of esports. As the esports community embraces diversity, events like this contribute to the growth and recognition of women in gaming in Bangladesh.
It’s encouraging to see the ongoing support from organizations like EMK Center, as they play a crucial role in providing a platform for women in gaming to showcase their talents and skills.
The championship serves as a reminder of the need to acknowledge and actively support female gamers in Bangladesh, emphasizing that their skills are on par with their male counterparts. It stands not only as a celebration of victories on the virtual battlefield but also as a significant milestone in breaking down gender barriers within the esports realm.
Zenetic Esports and eBlaze Esports stand out in their commitment to advancing women’s presence in gaming in Bangladesh through unique initiatives. By exclusively organizing tournaments for female gamers in Bangladesh, they not only break gender barriers but also challenge stereotypes, showcasing the diverse talent within the esports community.
Morposix Celestials’ triumph reflects not just individual skill but also the collective strength and strategy of female esports teams in Bangladesh. The eBlaze Women Series Valorant Championship is now a crucial annual event, contributing to the evolution of the esports landscape.
In the broader context, the success of the eBlaze Women Series Valorant Championship signifies a positive shift in the narrative surrounding women in gaming in Bangladesh. It drives the industry towards a future where opportunities, recognition, and support are genuinely equal, fostering an environment where every gamer, regardless of gender, can thrive and contribute to the continually evolving and dynamic world of esports.