G2, CARLOS, AND TATE: THE HOLY TRINITY OF DISAPPOINTMENT | MEDIUM
The revelation of a friendship between the CEO and founder of G2 Esports and heavily criticised public figure Andrew Tate has caused significant backlash, raising vital questions surrounding the toxicity and exclusivity existing in the esports scene.
“I really want to speak out for the girls” — Yuusaki releases video detailing player responses to GGG | MEDIUM.COM (CLICK TO VIEW)
G2 RELEASES STATEMENT CONCERNING THE ACTIONS OF CEO CARLOS — HOW THEIR APOLOGY UNFOLDS | MEDIUM.COM (CLICK TO VIEW)
FEMINIST FIRE: HAVE FEMINIST MOVEMENTS IMPACTED POLITICAL REPRESENTATION? | MEDIUM
Representation in political bodies is a long-held debate. Constantly raging between various factions, some believe that representation should have no bearing, some that descriptive representation is critical, and others that substantive is far superior. Understanding the different types of representation — and whether feminist movements have had significant enough success in this area — is valuable information. With considerable change occurring to women’s rights worldwide, this understanding could be more important than ever.
PASSION, PRIDE, AND WOMEN'S ESPORTS: A LOVE AFFAIR WITH APEX LEGENDS | MEDIUM
With so much talent concentrated in the women’s Apex Legends scene, it is shocking that many female players remain unsigned. As always, one of the critical factors hindering them is an investment in women’s leagues.
Tournament organisers such as Risen Rose pour immense time and effort into running women’s only tournaments where these players can grow and compete professionally. However, they only have the resources to provide minimal prize money compared to other mainstream leagues. If anything, these women’s motivation to compete for even the most minor prizes demonstrates their absolute commitment to their careers and those competing alongside them.