FIFA’s e-sports division, FIFAehas announced a training bootcamp exclusively for women. as part of its FAMEHERGAME program launched earlier this year.
It will take place from June 14-16 in Zurich, Switzerland.and the players will participate in an e-sports development program that includes the opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
Players will be selected to participate through nominations from Member Associations around the world, including countries such as Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Australia and the United States. All associations will first conduct their own local bootcamps.
During that period, participants will receive valuable insights from experts on a variety of topics. More than 20 member associations and the ECL, a leading European women’s league, are already actively involved in this initiative, facilitating the participation of players from different parts of the world.
The FAMEHERGAME bootcamp aims to. objective to provide participants with a comprehensive program designed to enhance their skills and help them advance both their professional and personal development.and become the best players in the competitive esports arena. The bootcamp is specifically designed for address the challenges faced by women in eSports.
The curriculum will consist of various sessions led by experts, covering the. content creation, physical and mental wellness, competitive training and media training.. In addition, participants will use everything they have learned during the bootcamp and compete in a two-day tournament, the final day of which will be broadcast live on FIFAe channels. The top two finishers will win an all-expenses-paid trip to the prestigious tournament.
With this cutting-edge training camp, FIFAe supports us in our mission to empower women in the soccer community. This program offers a unique opportunity for women in the community to develop their skills, build their networks and increase their confidence both on and off the digital pitch.The event will undoubtedly unlock the full potential of many talented women within FIFAe and we look forward to welcoming two of them to Australia later this year.
Sarai Bareman, FIFA Women’s Football General Manager.