ONLY MULTI-TITLE COMPETETIVE FEMALE ESPORTS TOURNAMENT IN THE U.S. DEDICATED TO SUPPORTING WOMEN IN GAMING – FEATURING FORTNITE, LEAGUE OF LEGENDS, HEARTHSTONE, SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE, AND COUNTER-STRIKE: GLOBAL
Melbourne, FL (July 10, 2019) – ASA Entertainment announced today that the Super Girl Gamer Pro will return for a third year as part of the 2019 Nissan Super Girl Pro Festival. The event includes the largest female surf competition in the world and an empowerment festival centered around providing opportunities for women in areas where they are traditionally underrepresented.
The Nissan Super Girl Pro is celebrating its 13th year anniversary at the Oceanside Pier in Oceanside, Calif., July 26-28, 2019. Admission to the event is free.
The Super Girl Gamer Pro is the only multi-title all-female esports tournament in the U.S. It was developed to provide a safe platform for female gamers, and to help inspire women to take a larger role within esports. Its mission is to help facilitate a future where women have equal opportunities within the gaming and esports industries.
The Super Girl Gamer Pro will be hosting open tournaments and dedicated game play in popular game titles: Fortnite, League of Legends, Hearthstone, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Schedule:
Friday, July 26: Fortnite Friday
Saturday, July 27: League of Legends + Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Sunday, July 28: Hearthstone + Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
CS:GO will be a professional All-Star match featuring some of the best female players in the U.S.
Registration for all tournaments is free. Gameplay from the Super Girl Gamer Pro will be live-streamed on the industry’s biggest distribution platforms: Twitch, Facebook Gaming, YouTube, and Mixer.
Lenovo Legion will be providing PCs and monitors, and giving away new gaming laptops to the winners of each tournament. The Lenovo Legion Y540 Laptop is a step-up for mainstream gamers on the go with a slim, light and sleek design, enhanced thermals and the latest NVIDIA GeForce GPUs and Intel processors.
Turtle Beach is also a proud partner of the event, providing their award-winning gaming headsets and ROCCAT keyboards and mice. “At Turtle Beach we design products to help all gamers perform at their highest level, so we’re honored to support ASA Entertainment in producing an event that inspires female gamers and showcases their amazing talents,” notes Turtle Beach CEO, Juergen Stark. Turtle Beach is providing its Elite Atlas PC gaming headsets with customized Super Girl speaker plates, as well as ROCCAT’s award-winning Vulcan 120 AIMO gaming keyboards and Kone AIMO gaming mice, and will have the all-new Recon Spark gaming headset and other products available to try in the Free Play Zone and as prizes for giveaways.
N3rd Street Gamers, a national esports infrastructure company based in Philadelphia, PA, will producing the live broadcast on-site. N3rd Street Gamers prides itself on providing greater access to esports and championing diversity in the industry.
The event is also supported by the U.S. Air Force, DXRacer and Nissan.
In addition to this important esports platform and the world’s top female surfers, the Festival features 20 live concerts (headlined by Natasha Bedingfield), an all-female DJ contest, 20 free classes, speakers, autographs, a Celebrity Surf Invitational, shopping, and much more.
“As part of our mission to provide opportunities for women in male-dominated industries, we are excited to expand the Super Girl Gamer Pro,” said Rick Bratman, CEO of ASA Entertainment, the event’s owner. “This is an exceptionally important initiative given the lack of opportunity and general toxicity towards women in esports. The Super Girl Gamer Pro’s empowerment platform is the perfect vehicle to help propel this movement towards equality and inclusion.”
For more information on the Gamer Pro or to register, visit https://supergirlpro.com/gamer
To connect via social media, follow @sggamerpro on Twitter, visit Facebook.com/sggamerpro, and tune into Twitch.com/SupergirlGP to watch live.