The ‘She Gaming’ organization, which was founded in 2021 by Pony Malta and managed to bring together the best female talents in the country at Free Fire, to confirm the brand’s first professional staff.

created Route She Gaming, a training home for new talents seeking their professional growth and currently has an open call to sign his next pro star FreeFire.

The new season of Route She Gaming offers a series of training sessions to those interested to identify and strengthen the potential capabilities of the Free Fire game.

They will also participate in a qualifying format based on the assessment of their abilities and the application of the knowledge gained in these sessions. The goal is to select a player to complement the She Gaming professional squad roster.

The process will take 7 weeks and only 30 places will be activated to join. Sessions will range from the basics like rotation and offensive technique, to practice duels against the first team and scrims against other well-known teams in the community.

Players who want to register, be over 17 years old and live ColombiaCosta Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador or Venezuela.

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You must register via this link and provide your contact information. Also a screenshot to see the player’s profile and data about the league reached The Free Fire episode ended the previous season.

“With this new version of Route She Gaming, we hope to continue to bring opportunities to the Latin American gaming community. In the previous version of Hotbed, over 140 male and female players signed up to hone their skills in games like Free Fire, Valorant, and League Of Legends.” , finished off Nicolás Rodriguez, leader of Pony Gaming.

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