Active female esports teams

Mar 08 2020 4 min read

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Congratulations on the International Women's Day! Historically it's a day of women's solidarity in many countries in the struggle for equal rights and emancipation. We decided to remind you which female esports teams (and some female pro-players in famous squads) are active on pro-scene this day.

With all the respect to those female players, who had an amazing career in esports but how they switched to streaming or other activities, we won't include these names in this article. However, we remember all of them and send warm congratulations, too.

WeRunThisPlace CS:GO team




The former famous Beşiktaş Esports roster together with Michaela "mimimimichaela" Lintrup is now the WRTP squad. 

Current WeRunThisPlace CS:GO lineup:

  • Julia "juliano" Kiran (captain)

  • Zainab "zAAz" Turkie

  • Petra "Petra" Stoker

  • Anastasia "kr4sylya" Khlobystina (read our interview with her)

  • Michaela "mimimimichaela" Lintrup

Dignitas Female CS:GO team




It's a well-known old North-American organization, which female squad shows good results since 2017 at such tournaments as Intel Challenge Katowice (1st place in 2018 and 2019), GIRLGAMER Esports Festival (1st place in 2017 and 2018, 2nd place in 2020).

Current Dignitas Female CS:GO roster:

  • Emmalee "EMUHLEET" Garrido (captain)

  • Carolynn "artStar" Noquez

  • Amanda "rain" Smith

  • Kiara "milk" Makua

  • Melisa "Theia" Mundorff

Assassins CS:GO team




The roster recently (February 22, 2020) took 1st place at GIRLGAMER Esports Festival 2019 and won $20,000. Assassins is an orgless European team.

Current Assassins CS:GO roster:

  • Klaudia "klaudia" Beczkiewicz

  • Kelly "KllyVe" Verhaegen

  • Ana "ANa" Dumbravă

  • Alexandra "twenty3" Timonina

  • Ksenia "vilga" Klyuenkova

INTZ fe CS:GO team



Brazilian female CS:GO team, who recently participated in GIRLGAMER Esports Festival 2019, got third place along with the $8,000 prize.

Current INTZ fe CS:GO roster:

  • Claudia "santininha" Santini 

  • Camila "napeR" Naper Garcia

  • Regiane "REGIANE" Santos

  • Gabriela "gabee" Lopes Velasco

  • Jessica "fly" Pellegrini

Singularity Female CS:GO team




The European team had hard times with forming the female lineup and experienced two roster disbands.

Current Singularity Female CS:GO roster:

  • Matilde "mattye" Wiik

  • Anne "Lowlita" Starke

  • Marita "Minnie" Siljan Sørensen

  • Aurora "aurora" Lyngdal

  • Esmee "Psycho" Pauw

Carnage fe CS:GO team




The Australian CS:GO lineup, who recently participated in GIRLGAMER Esports Festival 2019, took fourth place and won the $5,500 prize.

Current Carnage fe CS:GO roster:

  • Liqi "Peachy" Lin

  • Jessica "ARTeMis" Majrouh

  • Connie "konii" Ko

  • Hope "epoh" Kure

  • Vivienne "BiBiAhn" Quach

S2V Esports Female LoL team



Current S2V Esports Female LoL roster:

  • Betul "persistent" Ozkan

  • Alina "Hunter"

  • Marta "Shiina" Mesas

  • Noemi

  • Angela "Erina"

Team Singularity Female LoL team



Current Team Singularity Female LoL roster:

  • Joanna "Ravea" Janeczek

  • Ida "Emprez" Pedersen

  • Alexandra "Ali" Popescu

  • Adelina "Cathrine" Nalsen

  • Anette "Pjush" Holm

  • Katarzyna "Ayrine" Spalinska 

That's it - all the female teams that are performing right now. But we want to remind that esports is for everybody (except toxic players, of course), so we separately want to highlight the female players, who show great results right now in various disciplines side by side with male pro-players.

Se-yeon "Geguri" Kim


She is a professional South Korean player in Overwatch, currently playing on the Off-Tank position for the Shanghai Dragons team. Geguri started playing games at the early age of 5. 

There was one unpleasant situation when she was accused of using third-party software, in other words, cheating. But after the investigation, it turned out that her accusers were wrong, and they, in turn, left their teams and the pro-scene forever, while Geguri continued on her way as the only female representative in the Overwatch League.

Elvira "Esdesu" Temirova


Elvira has been playing shooters since childhood. First, it was Counter-Strike for 12 years, then Overwatch. The girl even was in the top 500 players in Europe, but didn't achieve success on the pro-scene - the level of English didn't allow playing with foreign players, and it was challenging to find teammates in the CIS. Right now, Elvira is playing in North American esports organization - Luminosity Gaming. Its Apex Legends roster consist of three Russian players:

  • Maxim "Exens" Dmitruk 

  • Anton "xaniya" Shkuratov

  • Elvira "Esdesu" Temirova

Júlia "Mayumi" Nakamura


Júlia "Mayumi" Nakamura is a League of Legends pro-player, currently support for INTZ. At first, she was on a trainee role in the team, but at the end of the previous year, she was moved to the active roster.

On this beautiful spring International Women's Day we want to wish all female pro-players around the world more victories in their disciplines and to newbies - be strong and train more, you'll definitely succeed!


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