Women of the eRena returns on International Women’s Day with a $75,000 Fortnite contest
Women of the eRena is back, with Fortnite Duos and a $75k prize pool up grabs on International Women’s Day.
eFuse once again presents WOTE, Women of the eRena, featuring Fortnite. The popular battle royale will be the setting for another epic WOTE competition. It will showcase women and their Fortnite skills, appropriately taking place on International Women's Day.
Partner up for WOTE on International Women's Day
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International Women's Day is March 8, 2023. Women of the eRena will kick off on that Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST. The event features Fortnite Duos in a 2v2 format, with competitors playing up to six matches of the battle royale.
Three of them are Zero Build Duos (Arenas if applicable) and three are in the regular Arenas Duos mode. This change in modes will require the utmost skill and adaptation from the participants.
Teams will be awarded points for placement and eliminations in a match, and those with the highest scores will receive their share of the $75,000 prize.
If past WOTE events are any indication, things are going to get intense. Expect some unbelievable plays and some necessary creativity in the Zero Build mode. On a day to celebrate women all around the world, they will truly shine in and out of the eRena.
How to watch
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There's no doubt that you'll want to tune in and cheer on your favorite duos during this Women of the eRena event. Each participant is required to stream from either Twitch, YouTube, or Facebook. You can find their perspective and watch along as they fight for the Victory Royale.
Otherwise, you can get an all-encompassing view from the official eFuse Twitch account. There, you can join casters Kelly Link, Taco, and Maddynf as they swap from team to team, delivering spectacular commentary as the competition rages on.
Keep your eyes on the official eFuse Twitter for updates on Women of the eRena action and stay tuned to Esports.gg for more esports news.
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