tournament info

Tournament Series Information
The 2021 Series will consist of seasonal online tournaments from May 15 – November 21 in Valorant, League of Legends, Hearthstone, Super Smash Ultimate and Fortnite.  Each Super Girl Gamer Season will consist of weekly qualifier tournaments into a season-ending Super Girl Gamer Series Championships weekend.  Each week, players and teams will earn ranking points based on their results in the online tournaments.  The top players and teams with the most cumulative ranking points will advance to the Championships and compete for the cash prize pool.
 
Registration for all tournaments is completely free.
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Each Open Qualifier week will have a tournament bracket of 16 teams to compete.

The bracket format is single-elimination with matches from Round 1 and Quarters played as a best-of-one and Semis and Finals played as a best-of-three for each week.

Teams will earn points based on placement in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

The more weeks you compete in, 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 - Fall Championships event held on November 20 to compete for a $10k cash prize pool.

All matches will be played as a best-of-three.

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

Open Qualifier weeks will run every Saturday from Oct. 16 - Nov. 6 with the tournament starting at 2:30p EST and broadcast going live at 4:30p EST. The Championships will be held on Sat., November 20.

Open to all women in North America

No skill level or age requirements.

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Each Open Qualifier week will be a private lobby of 20 duos

Approx. 6 - 9 games will be played each week.

Teams will earn points based on placement in each Battle Royale game and for each elimination. Points are cumulative and added together from game to game and from week to week.

The more weeks you compete in, the more opportunities you have to gain ranking points towards the Championships.

The top ten duos with the most points at the end of the Qualifier Series advance to the Super Girl Gamer - Fall Championships held on November 21 to compete for a $5k cash prize pool.

Point break down: Victory Royale: 10 points, 2nd - 3rd: 8 points, 4th - 6th: 6 points, 7th - 10th: 4 points, 11th - 15th: 2 points, 16th - 20th: 1 point. Plus 1 point awarded to each team for each elimination.

REGISTRATION IS FREE and matches will be live streamed on Twitch and Facebook Gaming.

Open Qualifier weeks will run every Sunday from Oct. 17 - Nov. 7 from 4:30p - 8:30p EST. The Championships will be held on Sunday, Nov. 21.

Open to all women in North America” - DUOS

One player from your team must have the ability to stream their gameplay and provide Organizers with feed.

Offline Tournaments at
the Super Girl Surf Festival

VALORANT Collegiate Tournament Saturday Sept. 18 in Oceanside, CA at the Super Girl Surf Festival.

SoCal Open LAN VALORANT Tournament Sunday Sept. 19 in Oceanside, CA at the Super Girl Surf Festival.

Both tournaments are free to enter and will have a cash prize pool. Tournament will run from 11a - 4p/5p.

These tournaments will be held outdoors in an Esports Arena built by the beach and feature a consumer LAN area for attendees to use as well as a viewing area to watch the tournaments on a video screen.

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Each Open Qualifier week will have a tournament bracket of 16 teams to compete.

The bracket format is single-elimination with matches played as a best-of-one until the final match of each week, which will be a best-of-three.

Teams will earn points based on placement in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

There will be three Qualifier Weeks to earn points (July 24, July 31, Aug. 7)

The top four teams with the most points at the end of the 3-week Qualifying Series will advance to the Super Girl Gamer Series - Summer Championships to compete for a cash prize pool.

The Semi Final matches will be held online on Aug. 14 as best-of-three. The top 2 teams that advance out will compete in the Grand Finals.

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

Open to all players in North America; co-ed teams will be allowed, however, all League of Legends teams will be required to have a minimum of three players on their active competing roster that identify as female.

No skill level or age requirements.

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

Format is Standard Conquest. The bracket is single-elimination with all matches played as a best-of-five (applies to Qualifier Weeks and the Championships)

Players will earn points based on placement in each weekly tournament. Points are cumulative and will be added from week to week.

There will be three Qualifier Weeks to earn points (July 25, Aug. 1, Aug. 8)

The top four players with the most points at the end of the Qualifying Series will advance to the Super Girl Gamer Series - Summer Championships to compete for a cash prize pool held online on Aug. 15.

All matches will be played as a best-of-five.

Hearthstone Summer Season Sequel - Sept. 19

Due to how close the qualifiers were, we have decided to add an additional one-day tournament for the top 8 players from the Summer Season to compete again for another opportunity to win a piece of the cash prize pool!

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

Open to all women on the Americas server

No skill level or age requirements.