#FameHerGame: FIFAe Launch Women's Gaming Initiative

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FIFAe has launched its #FIFAFameHerGame initiative to increase women's participation in FIFAe and esports.
FIFAe has launched its #FIFAFameHerGame initiative to increase women's participation in FIFAe and esports.

FIFAe has launched a new esports women’s inclusivity programme titled, #FameHerGame. 

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FIFAe launched #FameHerGame, a esports women inclusivity programme that aims to increase women’s participation in FIFAe competitions and esports.

Football associations around the world are being empowered and encouraged to run dedicated programs to provide unique chances for women to join FIFAe and to build local communities, as mentioned by the FIFAe website. 

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Let's take a closer look at this initiative... 


The #FameHerGame programme is a continuation of the 2022 Good Game Promise, and it not only aims to increase visibility and build grassroots opportunities, but also aims to create a safe space for women competing in the FIFAe ecosystem. 

The FIFAe website stated that one nominated player from each member association/country taking part in this year's FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be invited to the #FameHerGame boot camp hosted by FIFAe in mid-2023.

The boot camp will see gamers receive coaching sessions and compete against each other, with the top two players winning an invitation to the showpiece women's football tournament in Australia and New Zealand this year.

Check out the promo video, headlined by one of the leading women esports gamers, Fabienne Morlok: 

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Speaking about the initiative, Morlok said to FIFAe:

"Esports is for everyone, and it’s time to showcase our skills to the world! With FIFAe’s support, we are looking forward to developing the women’s game and inspiring the next generation of aspiring players.

"I’m calling all women out there to join us in writing history and challenging the status quo," she added.

Member associations from across the globe such as France, Morocco and South Africa have already joined the initiative and will nominate one player to join the boot camp in the coming months. 

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