tournament info

Tournament Rules

 

Tournament Series Information

The 2020 season will consist of online tournaments each weekend from July 10 – September 6 in Hearthstone, League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. These tournaments will serve as qualifiers into the season-ending Super Girl Gamer Pro Championships where finalists will compete for a $30k cash prize purse as well as product prizing from our partners. Players and teams will earn ranking points each week based on their results in the online tournaments. At the end of those 9 weeks, the top 8 Hearthstone players and the top 4 teams in LoL and CS:GO with the most cumulative ranking points will advance to the Championships held online on October 2 – 4. Registration for the tournament is completely free.

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Each week will have a tournament bracket of 8 teams to compete.

The bracket format is single-elimination with each match played as a best-of-one for the Qualifying Series and as a best-of-three for the Championships.

You will earn points based on how your team places in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

Each team can compete in as many or as few weeks as they would like. There is no requirement to compete in all nine weeks, as each week is a new bracket. The more you compete, the more opportunity you have to gain ranking points towards the Championships.

The top four teams with the most points at the end of the Qualifying Series will advance to the Super Girl Gamer Pro Championships event held online October 2 - 4 to compete for a piece of the $12,500 CS:GO prize pool.

REGISTRATION IS FREE and held through Challengermode. Matches will be streamed live on Twitch and Facebook Gaming.

Qualifying Series tournaments will run from July 10 - September 6 with CS:GO played every Friday night at 8:00p EST for nine weeks. The Championships will be held on Sunday, October 4 at 3:00p EST.

Open to all players in North America; however, all CS:GO teams will be required to have a minimum of three players on their active roster that identify as female.

No skill level or age requirements.

02

Each week will have a tournament bracket of 8 teams to compete.

The bracket format is single-elimination with each match played as a best-of-one for the Qualifying Series and as a best-of-three for the Championships.

You will earn points based on how your team places in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

Each team can compete in as many or as few weeks as they would like. There is no requirement to compete in all nine weeks, as each week is a new bracket. The more you compete, the more opportunity you have to gain ranking points towards the Championships.

The top four teams with the most points at the end of the Qualifying Series will advance to the Super Girl Gamer Pro Championships event held online October 2 - 4 to compete for a piece of the $12,500 League of Legends prize pool.

REGISTRATION IS FREE and held through Challengermode. Matches will be streamed live on Twitch and Facebook Gaming.

Qualifying Series tournaments will run from July 10 - September 6 with League of Legends played every Saturday night at 8:00p EST for nine weeks. The Championships will be held on Saturday, October 3 at 3:00p EST.

Open to all players in North America; however, all LoL teams will be required to have a minimum of three players on their active roster that identify as female.

No skill level or age requirements.

03

Each week will have a tournament bracket of 16 players to compete.

The bracket format is single-elimination with each match played as a best-of-three for the Qualifying Series and as a best-of-five for the Championships.

You will earn points based on how you place in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

Each player can compete in as many or as few weeks as they would like. There is no requirement to compete in all nine weeks, as each week is a new bracket.  The more you compete, the more opportunity you have to gain ranking points towards the Championships.

The top eight players with the most points at the end of the Qualifying Series will advance to the Super Girl Gamer Pro Championships event held online October 2 - 4 to compete for a piece of the $5,000 Hearthstone prize pool.

REGISTRATION IS FREE and held through Battlefy. Matches will be streamed live on Twitch and Facebook Gaming.

Qualifying Series tournaments will run from July 10 - September 6 with Hearthstone played every Sunday night at 7:00p EST for nine weeks. The Championships will be held on Friday, October 2 at 6:00p EST.

Open to all female-identifying players.

No skill level or age requirements.