Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Female gamers are all set to take the center stage in Islamabad as Galaxy Racer is bringing Pakistan’s first-ever female esports tournament, HER Galaxy, to the capital with a grand prize pool of 500,000 Pakistani Rupees. Taking place on 8th and 9th of January at Pak-China Friendship Centre in Islamabad, HER Galaxy will be a part of Gamers Galaxy, the largest esports event to take place in the history of Pakistan.
Female gamers from across the country will get a chance to take their competitive gaming experience to the next level by participating in the Valorant Spike Rush 2v2 tournament. The game mode supports teams of two going against each other to come out victorious.
The tournament will take place in a dedicated area to maximize participants’ safety and comfort and will be live streamed on www.twitch.tv/galaxyracerdxb.
With HER Galaxy, Galaxy Racer aims to celebrate and promote Pakistani women’s competitiveness in esports. As a part of this initiative, one of the fastest-growing esports, gaming and lifestyle organizations in the world signed the first Pakistani female gamer Madiha Naz in 2020, to enter the realm of esports professionally.
Fakhar-e-Alam, CEO of Galaxy Racer Pakistan, said: “Our initiative of HER Galaxy is to give opportunity encourage and nurture Pakistani girls to explore possibilities in the esports universe and compete with the best around the world.”
The two-day festival will be free of entry to the public as Galaxy Racer aims to build an ecosystem and pave the way for change in Pakistan. Register now at: https://gamersgalaxy.com.pk.
The event will also be televised in partnership with Ten Sports for the first time in the country’s history.