The Belgian esports federation (BESF) has launched its first-ever women's qualification for the national Counter Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) team as part of its initiative to boost the women's esports scene in Belgium.
The Belgian esports federation (BESF) is set to make a significant stride towards gender equality in esports with the launch of its first-ever women's qualification for the national Counter Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO) team. The BESF is committed to developing and supporting women's esports in Belgium, and this landmark initiative is part of its broader efforts to revive the country's CS:GO scene.
As part of its initiative to boost the women's CS:GO scene, the BESF is hoping to develop more female teams and players in the country. The BESF's newly announces commission has put in place several measures to support women's esports, including this women's qualification for the national team.
The BESF is inviting all female CS:GO players to register for the national team's qualification process through its Discord channel. With the women's qualification underway, the BESF is looking forward to discovering new talent and providing female esports players with a platform to showcase their skills. The registration period for the BESF women's qualification is open until the end of February, so now is the time for aspiring female CS:GO players in Belgium to step up and make their mark on the world stage.
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